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Bayern win at Wolfsburg after missed penalty Robben, Barca beat Eibar

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Bayern Munich on Saturday in the Bundesliga at the end of a victory booked on a visit to VfL Wolfsburg. The team of coach Jupp Heynckes won despite a missed penalty from Arjen Robben with 1-2. In the Spanish Primera Division, won FC Barcelona 0-2 to Eibar.

Daniel Didavi opened in the eighth minute to score for Wolfsburg, where Jeffrey Bruma the whole race participated and Riechedly Bazoer on the bank continued. Didavi headed touch from a cross from the left by Yunus Malli.

Ten minutes after peace gave Bayern the chance to be at the same height. The ‘Rekordmeister’ got a penalty after an infringement by Renato Steffen. The penalty of Robben came through the hands of goalkeeper Koen Casteels on the pole.

Halfway through the second half it was touch for Bayern. Sandro Wagner headed touch from a cross from the right by Robben, who throughout the match played.

Robben

Bayern looked like the first loss of points since the end of november to be heading, but right on time got the visitors again a penalty after a stupid violation of Gian-Luca Itter on Robben. That was used by Robert Lewandowski.

By the tenth competitiezege in a row comes to Bayern after 23 points on 59 points. The advantage on the number two Bayer Leverkusen is 21 points. Leverkusen also won with 1-2 at Hamburger SV, where Rick van Drongelen ninety minutes of action.

RB Leipzig, Borussia Dortmund and Eintracht Frankfurt in the second position even over Leverkusen. Leipzig is Monday on a visit to Frankfurt and Dortmund playing Sunday against Borussia Mönchengladbach.

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Primera Division

In Spain is Barcelona’s 0-2 victory at Eibar are one step closer to the title. The advantage on the number two Atletico Madrid is now ten points, all of play the Pitch on Sunday at home against Athletic Bilbao.

After a quarter of an hour was the city of Barcelona on a 0-1 lead in Estadio Municipal de Ipurua by a goal from Luis Suarez. Lionel Messi was the principal. Halfway through the second half seemed to have the match played because the Chileen Fabián Orellana his second yellow card and got Eibar with a man less had to go.

Two minutes before time was Jordi Alba’s second goal for Barcelona, which is now already 31 matches in a row unbeaten. This equals Barcelona the clubrecord. Only Real Sociedad remained ever longer unbeaten in the Primera Division and that was in the season 1979/1980 (38 wedstijden).

Earlier on Saturday, won the Seville, that fifth state, with 1-2 at Las Palmas. The Frenchman Wissam Ben Yedder and Pablo Sarabia scored for Sevilla, and the Argentine Jonathan Calleri is a penalty used on behalf of Las Palmas.

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