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Bayern Munich 2-0 VfB Stuttgart

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Bayern Munich beat VfB Stuttgart 2-0 in a Bundesliga match at the Allianz-Arena in München.

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Goals
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Match Stats
14
8
16
2
2
67%
1
0
Shots
On Target
Fouls
Corners
Offsides
Possession
Yellow Cards
Red Cards
7
0
18
4
3
33%
2
0

Bayern Munich Starting Lineup

G - 1 - Manuel Neuer
D - 4 - Dante
D - 17 - Jérome Boateng
D - 18 - Juan Bernat
D - 28 - Holger Badstuber
M - 3 - Xabi Alonso
M - 21 - Philipp Lahm
M - 27 - David Alaba
F - 9 - Robert Lewandowski
F - 19 - Mario Götze
F - 25 - Thomas Müller

G - 22 - Tom Starke
D - 5 - Medhi Benatia
M - 7 - Franck Ribéry
M - 11 - Xherdan Shaqiri
M - 16 - Gianluca Gaudino
M - 20 - Sebastian Rode
F - 14 - Claudio Pizarro

VfB Stuttgart Starting XI

G - 1 - Sven Ulreich
D - 2 - Gotoku Sakai
D - 3 - Daniel Schwaab
D - 16 - Florian Klein
D - 24 - Antonio Rüdiger
M - 7 - Martin Harnik
M - 8 - Moritz Leitner
M - 13 - Oriol Romeu
M - 19 - Timo Werner
M - 20 - Christian Gentner
F - 9 - Vedad Ibisevic

G - 22 - Thorsten Kirschbaum
D - 5 - Karim Haggui
D - 6 - Georg Niedermeier
M - 11 - Carlos Gruezo
M - 34 - Konstantin Rausch
M - 44 - Alexandru Maxim
F - 18 - Filip Kostic

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