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GERMAN BUNDESLIGA

2017/2018 Season

POS TEAM W D L PTS
1 Bayern 27 3 4 84
2 Schalke 18 9 7 63
3 Hoffenheim 15 10 9 55
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 By Mark Lovell

Germany's Manuel Neuer: I have no pain in foot as World Cup begins

The FC crew break down ESPN's World Cup power rankings, which are led by Brazil, Germany and Spain while omitting Mexico from the top 10.
The FC crew answer your pressing Twitter questions regarding Bayern's summer plans, whether Guti is a good fit for Real Madrid and more.
Steve Nicol and Shaka Hislop react to the selections for the Ultimate World Cup XI, as chosen by the fans and ESPN FC experts.

Manuel Neuer said he is pain-free and feeling positive as Germany prepare to begin their World Cup defence against Mexico on Sunday.

Neuer, the Bayern Munich goalkeeper, broke his left foot three times since March 2017 and made only three Bundesliga appearances this past season.

He made his comeback in Germany's 2-1 defeat to Austria on June 2 after more than eight months out through injury and remains confident that his lengthy absence from competitive football would not hinder his team's chances...

 By Mark Lovell

Jerome Boateng focused on World Cup amid Bayern Munich exit rumours

ESPN FC's Bundesliga expert Raf Honigstein delves into how Bayern Munich's Champions League failure has led to complacency in their domestic play.

Jerome Boateng is baffled by CEO Karl-Heinz Rummenigge's comments that Bayern Munich are willing to let him leave for a suitable offer, insisting his sole focus is successfully defending the World Cup with Germany.

Boateng, 29, joined from Manchester City in 2011 and has won six Bundesliga titles, a Champions League, a FIFA Club World Cup trophy and three DFB Pokal at Bayern. Boateng said last month he could opt for a change despite a contract with the German champions until 2021.

Some reports in...

 By Mark Lovell

Bayern Munich CEO: I will take bets on Robert Lewandowski staying

Bayern Munich striker Robert Lewandowski is tight-lipped on rumours he wants to leave the club this summer.
With rumours swirling that Robert Lewandowski wants out at Bayern, Steve Nicol explains why Real Madrid is the perfect fit for the Poland striker.

Bayern Munich CEO Karl-Heinz Rummenigge remains confident that Robert Lewandowski will stay at the club next season and said he will take bets on it happening amid persistent links to Real Madrid.

While Rummenigge said Jerome Boateng, who has been linked to a move to Manchester United, can openly negotiate a transfer with interested clubs, the same rules do not apply to Lewandowski despite the striker's desire to leave the club for a "new challenge."

"I said weeks ago that I am taking bets on Lewandowski...

 By Mark Lovell

Bayern Munich will host Manchester United in August preseason friendly

From his Berlin roots to the Bayern hot seat, get the lowdown on incoming boss and 2018 DFB Pokal winner Niko Kovac.
While Diogo Dalot may not be a Man United regular next season, Shaka Hislop feels it's a statement of intent for the future.

Bayern Munich will host Manchester United in a preseason friendly at a refurbished Allianz Arena in August, the club announced on Monday.

Incoming coach Niko Kovac will officially take over at Bayern on July. 1 and can look forward to a mouth-watering clash against the record English champions on Aug. 5.

Before facing the Premier League runners-up, Kovac's side will take part in the International Champions Cup against Paris Saint-Germain, Juventus and Manchester City in July and embark on a summer...

 By Mark Lovell

Bayern Munich fined €77,000 for multiple unsporting incidents by fans

From his Berlin roots to the Bayern hot seat, get the lowdown on incoming boss and 2018 DFB Pokal winner Niko Kovac.

Bayern Munich have been hit with a €77,000 fine by the DFB for their fans "unsporting behaviour" during five games in 2018.

The Bundesliga champions have been punished for a catalogue of incidents involving their supporters starting at Leverkusen in January. Visiting fans threw rolls of paper towards the corner flag at the start of the second half, leading to a minute-long game delay.

The following month Bayern fans lit smoke bombs in the 20th minute of the DFB Pokal game in Paderborn.

In...