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Are Bayern Munich too dependent upon Robert Lewandowski?

Jupp Heynckes knows Robert Lewandowski can score but needs to find others for Bayern Munich to succeed.

Bayern Munich pushed their lead at the top of the Bundesliga to six points by thumping Augsburg. Not much to see here; it was one-way traffic and Robert Lewandowski bagged two goals, bringing his seasonal total to 17. If you want to nitpick, the one concern under Jupp Heynckes is that Lewandowski has no obvious understudy.

Beyond that, Bayern's manager continues to shuffle his deck. Juan Bernat made his first appearance of the season, Rafinha gave David Alaba a breather at left-back and the great...

 By Mark Lovell

'Re-Vidal-ized' Bayern surge with Lewandowski a 9/10 in victory

Robert Lewandowski bagged a brace to power Bayern Munich's comfortable 3-0 home win over Augsburg.
Robert Lewandowski bagged a brace to power Bayern Munich's comfortable 3-0 home win over Augsburg.

Chasing a sixth consecutive league title, Bayern Munich cruised six points clear at the top of the Bundesliga with a comfortable 3-0 win over Augsburg, courtesy of Arturo Vidal's opener and a goal in each half from the prolific Robert Lewandowski.

Positives

Bayern comfortably won the Bavarian derby, making it eight wins in succession in all competitions under Jupp Heynckes, including five straight in the Bundesliga to move nine points clear of deposed leaders Borussia Dortmund. Just five games ago...

 By Mark Lovell

Bayern Munich boost as Jupp Heynckes revives stumbling champions

The ESPN FC crew discuss how Jupp Heynckes has turned things around at Bayern Munich.
The ESPN FC crew discuss how Jupp Heynckes has turned things around at Bayern Munich.

Bayern Munich have won seven consecutive games since Jupp Heynckes returned to the club on Oct. 6 for a fourth spell in charge.

What's changed since the disappointing final days of Carlo Ancelotti? Here's a look ...

1. Javi Martinez defensive shield

Heynckes' most important act of inspiration has been to restore Martinez to defensive midfield. Once Bayern and Heynckes' record signing at €40 million from Athletic Bilbao in 2012, Martinez had been used predominantly in defence under predecessors...

 By Mark Lovell

Bayern could turn back to Dr. Muller-Wohlfahrt after Neuer's troubles

With Manuel Neuer still recovering from a fractured foot, Joachim Low sheds light on his outlook for the World Cup.
Oliver Kahn believes the appointment of Jupp Heynckes has been the key to Bayern Munich's recent success.

Aside from his wedding, it has been a year to forget for Bayern Munich and Germany captain Manuel Neuer. The goalkeeper will be sidelined until 2018 following three fractures of the foot in a matter of months. 

The 31-year-old went under the knife for the first time at the end of March but was rushed back into action just two weeks later for the Champions League quarterfinal first leg against Real Madrid in Munich amid doubts over the quality of backup keeper Sven Ulreich.

Following Javi Martinez's...

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Bayern Munich stay fourth in Shaka Hislop's Power Rankings

Bayern Munich continued their resurgence under Jupp Heynckes with a win in Dortmund.

Facing Borussia Dortmund away was the biggest test yet for Jupp Heynckes in his latest spell as Bayern Munich manager and the German champions aced it. Indeed, the final score of 3-1 might have flattered the home side.

Click here to see which other clubs made Shaka Hislop's power rankings.

Antonio Conte vindicated vs. Man Utd, Bayern seize on Dortmund's flaws

Get caught up in the weekend that was in the Premier League with the Exploding Heads' Premier League in 90 Seconds (plus stoppages).

Big coaches make big decisions in big moments. Sometimes they get it wrong, sure, but you don't get to this level without having the guts to make bold moves of the kind that can boomerang badly. Antonio Conte did just that on Saturday when he dropped David Luiz -- and not just from the starting XI, but from the bench as well -- and he didn't hide behind excuses either, inventing "political injuries."

"It's a technical decision," he said. His words after the match, about how the Brazilian might...