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 By Chris Wright

Bayern Munich enjoy Oktoberfest after disappointing Wolfsburg draw

Bayern Munich have not had the best start to the Bundesliga season and squandered a two-goal advantage in a disappointing 2-2 draw at the Allianz Arena against Wolfsburg on Friday.

But they decided to drown their sorrows with an Oktoberfest celebration the following day.

Anybody want to tell them that October doesn't start for another week? It's OK, the sight of Thomas Muller's beaming smile is enough to make anybody happy.

Chris covers the funny side of the game for ESPN FC in the Toe Poke blog.

 By Mark Lovell

Sven Ulreich not up to the task as Bayern stagger to Wolfsburg draw

Craig Burley explains why Carlo Ancelotti's days at Bayern are numbered while Shaka Hislop lambastes Sven Ulreich's howler.
Bayern's run of 19 straight home wins against Wolfsburg in all competitions ended as the Wolves snatched a 2-2 draw.

Bayern Munich squandered a two-goal advantage at the break on Friday in a disappointing 2-2 draw at the Allianz Arena. A terrible flap from backup goalkeeper Sven Ulreich, deputising for the injured Manuel Neuer, allowed Wolfsburg a lifeline in the 56th minute. After missing a host of chances to seal the game, substitute Daniel Didavi punished Bayern's profligacy in front of goal with a neat header in off the post with seven minutes remaining to seal an unlikely draw as Bayern frittered away a two-goal...

 By Mark Lovell

Bayern Munich look vulnerable with Sven Ulreich back-up to Manuel Neuer

ESPN FC's Gab Marcotti has played down reports of a rift between Carlo Ancelotti and his players.

Bayern Munich have three players they cannot afford to be without for a long time -- Robert Lewandowski, Arjen Robben and Manuel Neuer. The German champions will be rocked by the news their captain and goalkeeper Neuer will miss the rest of the year after surgery on his foot.

Bayern's captain suffered a recurrence of his metatarsal misery and went under the knife on the same day as the German champions, seeking their sixth Bundesliga in succession, moved back to the top of the table with a...

 By Mark Lovell

James Rodriguez's dazzling full debut helps Bayern Munich past Schalke

James Rodriguez was impressive in his debut for new club Bayern.

Chasing a sixth Bundesliga title in succession, Bayern Munich moved serenely to the top of the table with a comfortable 3-0 Bundesliga win over Schalke courtesy of goals from Robert Lewandowski, James Rodriguez and substitute Arturo Vidal.

Positives

Without two of their best players in the injured Manuel Neuer and under-the-weather Arjen Robben -- and following a particularly timid setback in Hoffenheim on Sept. 9 -- Bayern returned to winning ways on the road with Colombia international Rodriguez...