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Robert Lewandowski led the way with a hattrick as FC Bayern Munich hammered Hamburger SV 8-0 in a rather one-sided clash in the Bundesliga football championship. In another match in the German top division on Saturday evening, Leipzig reaped their second consecutive win after beating Cologne 3-1.

Table toppers Bayern showed no mercy with Hamburg as the German giants whitewashed the visitors, scoring thrice in the first half half and five times after halftime.

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Former Arsenal forward, Serge Gnarby's brace sewed up Werder Bremen's 2-1 victory over Wolfsburg in the opening game of the 22nd round in Bundesliga. Bremen on Friday secured a second straight win on the road as Gnarby was on target twice to edge wasteful Wolfsburg, who suffered their second defeat in row.

The match started on an even keel as both teams looked to attack from the get go. It was the visitors who broke the deadlock as Gnarby slotted home a deflected effort from the edge of the box that beat Wolfsburg goalkeeper Diego Benaglio 10 minutes into the contest.

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The football world will on Monday focus on one of the smallest stadiums in Britain. The mission - to see if an unbelievable second giant-killing act in over a century can be pulled off by a non-league team.

Fans of non-league side Sutton United, who take on mighty Arsenal in an FA Cup clash, have been bolstered by a sensational win on Saturday by fellow non-league team Lincoln City.

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Former Tottenham Hotspur manager Harry Redknapp has predicted the that the club will win the English Premier League (EPL) within the next four years.

"I have absolutely loved the way they have played - their football, the pace of the full-backs. Tottenham will go on and win the Premier League in the next three or four years," Redknapp told BBC Radio 5.

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Bayern Munich thrashed London giants Arsenal 5-1 after a dominant second half performance saw them score four goals in the fist leg of their UEFA Champions League round of 16 tie on Wednesday.

Arsenal were able to hold their own in the first half but Bayern turned on the style after the restart to extend their Champions League winning record to 16 consecutive victories on home soil.

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Manchester City defeated Bournemouth 2-0 to leap-frog Tottenham Hotspur and Arsenal into second place in the Premier League standings.

City's in form Brazilian striker Gabriel Jesus left the field at Bournemouth's Vitality stadium on Saturday with a foot injury in the 15th minute, making way for the return of Argentine striker Sergio "Kun" Ag├╝ero, who started the last three matches on the bench. The substitution did nothing to slow the visitors' attack, which relied on the pace of wingers Raheem Sterling and Leroy Sane.

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Bayern Munich's late goals against Ingolstadt secured the 15th win of the season whereas Hamburg shocked second placed Leipzig with three goals in the 20th round of the German Bundesliga. The German giants extended their advantage to seven points in the standings despite an uninspired performance on Saturday.

Late goals from Arturo Vidal and Arjen Robben were enough to carve out a 2-0 win over resilient Ingolstadt.

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