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Teutonic Tuesday: Werder Bremen draw level on points with goal shy Bayern Munich

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A second 0-0 draw in succession means Bayern Munich are clinging to the top of the Bundesliga table. Werder Bremen moved level on points with Bayern following their 5-2 victory over Bayer Leverkusen. Brazilian starlet Diego was on target for the second goal before picking a fight with a giant bottle of water (pictured).
Bayern failed to find the net against bottom club MSV Duisburg in an otherwise high-scoring weekend. Cottbus beat Hannover 5-1 and Wolfsburg defeated Borussia Dortmund 4-0.


Bundesliga goals aplenty:

Nobody could accuse Oliver Kahn of not taking time out for his fans around the globe. Here is his ‘exclusive’ interview with Iran Sports Press in full:
Reza Ghazinouri: Mr. Kahn would you mind to answer us just two questions?

Oliver Kahn: No
Reza Ghazinouri: We came from far away, it would mean a lot for Iranians around the globe.
Oliver Kahn: Please say it quickly
Reza Ghazinouri: On October 8, the German National team has a friendly game against the Islamic Republic of Iran. Would you mind to give us some comment about that game?
Oliver Kahn: No, I don’t care about that game at all. Who cares about Iran and that game in October? Bye.

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