Bayern Munich weren't even playing on Saturday in the Bundesliga, but news of another injury setback for defender Holger Badstuber stole the headlines.
On matchday 21, Julian Nagelsmann's Hoffenheim side faced Werder Bremen in a relegation battle, while the top sides were under pressure to match performance with expectation in their games.
The Wolves were far from their best in Saturday’s 2-0 win. Yet thanks to some individual brilliance from key front men, Dieter Hecking’s side were able to walk away with three points, as DW's Stefan Bienkowski reports.
From Mainz's triumph on Friday night to a sandy Darmstadt and a fashion show in Dortmund, Alex Chaffer and Jonathan Harding take you through the action in matchday 21 in the Bundesliga.
Mainz now move up into fifth place, level on points with Schalke. Yet the Gelsenkirchen side will wonder what could have been if Leroy Sane & co. performed in this Bundesliga clash.
According to German newspaper 'Bild,' there will be huge changes to the German Cup, the German FA and the distribution of TV money. Amateur clubs will struggle to face Bayern or Dortmund.
Here is an extract from our interview with the soon-to-be-retired Werder Bremen captain Clemens Fritz. DW's Steffen Focke spoke to him about the relegation battle and the importance of the team's new signings.
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Valcke, the former right-hand man of axed president Sepp Blatter, has been suspended since September last year amid allegations of profiting from the sale of 2014 World Cup tickets.
IOC President Thomas Bach spoke to young athletes about the dangers and risks of doping.
A close associate of Franz Beckenbauer has denied that Germany paid bribes as part of its bid to host the 2006 World Cup. However, Fedor Radmann also said that a contract with Jack Warner was meant to keep him quiet.
The second-division side will wear shirts that say "No Football for Fascists" before Friday night's match against Leipzig to support International Holocaust Rememberance Day.
The food company has terminated their support of the IAAF due to the ongoing doping scandal. However, the IAAF wants them to stay on for the rest of the year.
The reigning DTM German Touring Car champion, Pascal Wehrlein, has signed on with the Formula One team Manor Racing. This will make him the fourth German driver in the current Grand Prix circuit.
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