Thursday, November 29, 2012

Sports: Soccer/Football: Bayern Munchen ends autumn season at the top

Somehow I ended up a fan of a leading soccer team in Germany,  Bayern Munschen Football Club.  And they're not doing so bad, actually they're way ahead in the autumn seasonal tallies.  I guess now they take a long Christmas holiday.

-- Sportikos, refWrite Backpage sports newspotter, analyst, columnist, sort of

Hat Tip to Roel N. De Leeuw, Germany

FC Bayern Munchen wins its autumn season 

with victory over SC Freiburg, 2-0

Machine-translated by Google Translate:

Bayern has expanded its impressive record in the Bundesliga on! The team of coach Jupp Heynckes defeated on Wednesday night the former sixth-SC Freiburg away with 2:0 (1:0) and celebrated the 12th Success in the 14 League game. Since the pursuer Dortmund, Schalke and Frankfurt slip up on Tuesday, Bayern is already clear with three games before the winter break as autumn champions. The projection on the new second-Bayer Leverkusen is ten points.

Thomas Mueller (12th) scored the sovereign Bayern in the first half by hand penalty leadership. A little later sent referee Florian Meyer the Freiburg Centre Back Fallou Diagné with the Red Square. The now active in majority FCB did not miss anything in the episode and made in the 79th Minute with the first goal of the season from substitute Anatoliy Tymoshchuk for the decision.

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