Tag Archives: Toni Kroos

FC Bayern 2-3 Man City: Five quick words

by Rick Joshua

Before taking on a depleted Manchester City at the Allianz-Arena, FC Bayern München had won all five games in their group, including a convincing 3-1 win over the Citizens at the Etihad. They had won ten Champions’ League games in a row – a record. They had won their last eighteen matches at the Allianz, […]

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Klose ties Gerd Müller, Lahm reaches 100 caps and Germany one step closer to Brazil

by Cristian Nyari

Germany’s 3-0 win in their World Cup qualifier against Austria was all about milestones.  Captain Philipp Lahm became only the 11th player to reach 100 caps for the national team while Miroslav Klose finally equalled a record most thought was unreachable, tying the great Gerd Müller as Germany’s all time top goalscorer. Meanwhile, coach Joachim […]

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Bayern Munich Have One Foot in Quarterfinals After First Ever Win in London Against Arsenal

by Cristian Nyari

Bayern Munich took took a big step in sealing qualification to the quarterfinals with an impressive away win against Arsenal.  It was Bayern’s first ever win in London and thoroughly deserved on the run of play. Germany’s record champions dominated the majority of the match and again showed why they are one of the favorites […]

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Hinrunde Review: Bayern and the last few yards

by quazi zulquarnain

“We have a common goal,” barked a steely eyed Jupp Heynckes. “We need discipline,” he continued, “…and it has to begin with everyone at the club wearing the same socks.” Heynckes was speaking after just fining two of his club’s star players, Bastian Schweinsteiger and Toni Kroos, for wearing the wrong colored socks during their […]

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Bayern München 1 – 1 Borussia Dortmund – Bayern and Dortmund neutralize each other

by Cristian Nyari

 Borussia Dortmund came from behind to salvage a point in München in the most anticipated match of the season. Toni Kroos gave Bayern the lead with a brilliantly taken goal before Mario Götze scored again at the Allianz Arena to level the game. Even though Bayern let their lead slip this is a point won […]

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Kroos is Key

by Sherif Morris

We’re underway in the 2012/2013 football season, and Bayern Munich, after suffering toxically tyrannous defeats last season to Borussia Dortmund and the nouveau riche Chelsea – have looked an entirely different team this season. It took one of the most embarrassing losses in history for the club to recognize that you can’t build a championship winning […]

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Hamburg 0 – 3 Bayern München – Fink’s tactical slip up sets up another Bayern rout

by Cristian Nyari

Bayern extended their lead atop the Bundesliga standings with another dominant display in Hamburg.  A diving header from Bastian Schweinsteiger, a cheeky goal from a tight angle from Thomas Müller and a trademark hammer from Toni Kroos gave Bayern their first win in Hamburg since 2006.  After their first league loss to Leverkusen last week, […]

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Ireland 1 – 6 Germany – Result equals Talent for Löw’s Squad

by Jonathan Harding

A lot has been said about the quality of this Germany squad, how it’s overflowing with talent and is constantly on the brink of success. There were many who tipped them to tilt the balance of international football away from Spain this summer, myself included, but it was not to be. Many have suggested that […]

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Superheroes of FC Hollywood: Part One

by Muhammad Mustafa Tousif

Superheroes of FC Hollywood: Part One Bayern Munich, the most successful club in Germany and one of the elite forces in Europe is the hub of some of the greatest players football has ever seen. During the 1990’s the club was nicknamed as FC Hollywood due to some of the players off the pitch stories. […]

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FC Bayern 2-1 Valencia CF – Kroos Shines as Bayern Begin CL on Positive Note

by Aleix Gwilliam

The result might not suggest it but it was a rather comfortable win for Bayern in the first Champions League game of the new season. Valencia threatened Manuel Neuer’s goal on few occasions, not really making Germany’s number 1 make a big save in the whole game. Bastian Schweinsteiger carried on his goalscoring streak by […]

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