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 By Mark Lovell

Substitute Muller comes to the rescue as Bayern beat Stuttgart 1-0

Sven Ulreich's fantastic penalty save from the final kick of the game helped earn Bayern Munich a third successive 1-0 Bundesliga win after substitute Thomas Muller had broken Stuttgart's stubborn resistance on 79 minutes.

Positives

Bayern's sixth consecutive Bundesliga title looks a mere formality heading into the winter break, moving 11 points clear of nearest challengers Schalke with another precious win and clean sheet.

Negatives

Bayern made heavy weather of beating Stuttgart for a...

Christian Pulisic and Shinji Kagawa connect late for Dortmund winner

Watch as Christian Pulisic's magical first touch and finish secured a dramatic win for Borussia Dortmund over Hoffenheim.

Hundreds of litres of beer erupted from the Yellow Wall at the Westfalenstadion as Christian Pulisic scored the 2-1 winner in the 89th minute against Hoffenheim. The 19-year-old was played in on goal by Shinji Kagawa and used the bounce of the ball to chip the keeper with his right foot and to finish with the left in one silky, free-flowing move.

Borussia Dortmund secured their second consecutive win since the appointment of Peter Stoger on Saturday night, cutting down the margin to second-placed...

Stoger's pragmatic approach could be the tonic Dortmund need to recover

This weekend will mark the last round of Bundesliga action before the winter break. After going winless in eight consecutive league fixtures, and plummeting from first place to eighth within the same time frame, Borussia Dortmund picked up their first league win since Sept. 30 in Mainz on Tuesday under newly appointed head coach Peter Stoger.

Sixth-placed Dortmund will look to leapfrog fifth-placed Hoffenheim with another win on Saturday. A duel that will pit Stoger against Julian Nagelsmann...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Man City chasing Bayern for longest winning run in Europe's top 5 leagues

Manchester City easily dispatch of Swansea City to win their 15th consecutive Premier League game.
Manchester City easily dispatch of Swansea City to win their 15th consecutive Premier League game.
The FC panel discuss the positive impact Pep Guardiola has had on English football and whether or not his City side can finish the season unbeaten.

Manchester City sealed a Premier League record run of 15 consecutive victories on Wednesday with a 4-0 win at Swansea City, but they still have a way to go before they can claim the record across Europe's top five leagues.

Pep Guardiola's side have the longest winning streak in the English top flight, and perhaps it's no surprise -- the Catalan coach is now looking to break his own continental record that he set at one of his former clubs.

ESPN FC's correspondents look at the best runs in La...

 By Mark Lovell

Bayern stand-in Tom Starke gets 8/10 with late-game heroics vs. Cologne

Jupp Heynckes says Bayern Munich aren't ready to celebrate anything despite their comfortable position at the top of the Bundesliga.

Robert Lewandowski scored for an eighth consecutive Bundesliga home game as Bayern Munich edged to a scrappy 1-0 victory against bottom-of-the-table Cologne.

Positives

A sixth consecutive Bundesliga title looks to be a mere formality as Bayern moved nine points clear of nearest challengers Schalke with another win and clean sheet.

Negatives

On paper, this should have been the easiest game of the season, but Bayern were again indebted to 36-year-old academy coach Tom Starke, called out of retirement...

Pragmatist Peter Stoger steadies Borussia Dortmund after Bosz failure

The ESPN FC crew delve into Peter Stoger's appointment at Borussia Dortmund.

When it comes to replacing managers, clubs' choices can often be summed up with by the old romantic maxim of "opposites attract." Borussia Dortmund choosing Peter Stoger to succeed Petr Bosz this week was a classic case in point.

After the Dutchman's disastrous high-concept, high-risk, high-defensive line tactics had led to a collapse in form, Stoger's ultra-pragmatic, safety-first and non-ideological approach suddenly proved hugely appealing.

The Austrian even self-deprecatingly admitted to not...