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Werder Bremen 0-2 Bayern Munich

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Bayern Munich beat Werder Bremen 2-0 in their Bundesliga match at the Weserstadion in Bremen.

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72 mins — Werder Bremen vs Bayern Munich 0-1 — Lewandowski goal vs Werder Bremen
75 mins — Werder Bremen vs Bayern Munich 0-2 — Lewandowski goal vs Werder Bremen
Match Stats

Werder Bremen Starting Lineup

1 - J. Pavlenka
23 - T. Gebre Selassie
26 - L. Sané
5 - L. Augustinsson
4 - R. Bauer
22 - F. Bartels
6 - T. Delaney
8 - J. Gondorf
13 - M. Veljkovic
35 - M. Eggestein
10 - M. Kruse

Bayern Munich Starting XI

1 - M. Neuer
5 - M. Hummels
27 - D. Alaba
4 - N. Süle
10 - A. Robben
7 - F. Ribéry
23 - A. Vidal
6 - Thiago Alcântara
24 - C. Tolisso
32 - J. Kimmich
9 - R. Lewandowski

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