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Bayern wins again

Dpa
Monday, April 21, 2014

BERLIN - Champions Bayern Munich finally won again in the Bundesliga yesterday while Borussia Dortmund clinched direct Champions League entry and SV Hamburg remained in the danger zone.

Bayern got back on track ahead of next week's Champions League semi-final at Real Madrid but were far from glorious at bottom side Eintracht Braunschweig where they needed late goals from forwards Claudio Pizarro and Mario Mandzukic to prevail 2-0.

Bayern had gone winless in three league matches until yesterday since clinching the title in late March. Second-placed Dortmund beat 10-man Mainz 4-2 to ensure themselves of a top three finish for direct Champions League entry with three games to spare.








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