Borussia Dortmund have stormed to the top of the Bundesliga table and are scoring for fun this season. But they face their toughest challenge so far when equally attack-minded RB Leipzig come to town on Matchday 8.
Those who don't support them often find it hard to admire Bayern Munich. But at the premiere of new DW documentary 'The Mia San Mia phenomenon' a sense of unity felt across the globe emerged. (11.10.2017)
During production of the film 'The Mia San Mia Phenomenon,' Uli Hoeness, president of Bayern Munich, spoke with DW about his life and his role at the club. And admitted that he cannot speak as freely as he used to. (09.10.2017)
Germany international Marco Reus has said he would sacrifice everything just to be fit again. He also spoke about the people who have supported him through his latest injury and why his future may lie away from Dortmund. (04.10.2017)
RB Leipzig striker Timo Werner is out of Germany's final two World Cup qualifiers against Northern Ireland and Azebaijan as he continues to suffer from an unusual injury. But the noise in Istanbul was not a factor. (02.10.2017)
English teenager Jadon Sancho chose Borussia Dortmund over Bayern Munich, the Bavarian club have admitted. And he won't likely be the last one as Dortmund focus their scouting efforts on English youth.
Borussia Dortmund have extended their lead over Bayern Munich to four points ahead of next weekend's "Klassiker." Eintracht Frankfurt and RB Leipzig continued their positive form, while Stuttgart and Düsseldorf struggle.
Der Klassiker isn't the only big Bundesliga clash this weekend. Bayer Leverkusen's recent attacking revival faces another stern test as Heiko Herrlich's men take on the league's best defensive outfit, RB Leipzig.
The only unbeaten sides in professional German football meet in the second round of the cup as Borussia Dortmund host second-division Union Berlin. Elsewhere, Schalke travel to Cologne while RB Leipzig host Hoffenheim.
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