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BERLIN -- Defending champion Bayern Munich routed Schalke 4-0 to join Borussia Dortmund atop the Bundesliga on Saturday in the sides most impressive performance since Pep Guardiola took over as coach. Phil Foden Jersey . "It was our best game in the Bundesliga. We dominated completely. We were pressurizing for the whole game," said Guardiola, who succeeded Jupp Heynckes in the summer. "Im very happy and proud." It was Schalkes biggest home defeat in the league since a 6-0 loss to Bochum in May 1981. "Today the difference in class was too big, especially in the second half. We started very well. For the first 20 minutes or so Bayern found it difficult," Schalke defender Benedikt Hoewedes said. "Then we concede such a stupid goal." Bastian Schweinsteiger scored with a header from Arjen Robbens corner in the 21st, before David Alaba crossed for Mario Mandzukic to make it 2-0 with the home side still reeling. Hoewedes was unable to clear the Croatians header off the line. The third goal seemed just a matter of time and Alaba was involved again, setting up Franck Ribery to score from close range in the 75th. Then Claudio Pizarro scored his first goal of the season in the 84th, three minutes after coming on, when fellow substitute Thomas Mueller cut the ball back. "We had our chances that we didnt use. And Bayern made the most of our mistakes," said Schalke midfielder Kevin-Prince Boateng, who was consoled by his brother, Bayern defender Jerome Boateng. "He knows that it goes on and Schalke are allowed to win the next game," Jerome joked. Dortmund drew 1-1 at Nuremberg to drop its first points of the season. "We can live with the point," Dortmund coach Juergen Klopp said. Marcel Schmelzer opened the scoring with a curling free kick over the wall and inside the right post in the 37th. Per Nilsson equalized after a Nuremberg free kick in the 51st and the visitors were unable to extend their five-game winning start despite several late chances. Nuremberg substitute Alexander Esswein wasted the opportunity to seal the home sides first win when he missed with only the goalkeeper to beat in injury time. Schmelzer and Marco Reus were taken off at halftime with a thigh injury and dead leg respectively. "It hurts a lot and the dates are coming in rapid succession," Klopp said with an eye on Tuesdays German Cup game at 1860 Munich. Werder Bremen defeated Hamburger SV 2-0 to compound a bad week for the home side, which sacked Thorsten Fink as coach late Monday. Bayer Leverkusen won 4-1 at Mainz, Wolfsburg came from behind to defeat Hoffenheim 2-1, and Szabolcs Husztis late penalty gave Hannover a 2-1 win over Augsburg. Nils Petersen was the hero for Bremen with two goals in the leagues 99th northern derby -- the 179th meeting between the sides. Former Hamburg player Eljero Elias back-heel sent Clemens Fritz down the right. The midfielder held off Marcell Jansens challenge and crossed for the in-flying Peterson to score from close range in the 32nd. Petersen finally sealed the result in the final minute of a hectic game when he shot into the unguarded net with Hamburg keeper Rene Adler out of his goal. Hamburg midfielder Tomas Rincon broke his jaw after colliding with Caldirola in the second half. The club said the Venezuelan was having an operation. Leverkusens game at Mainz was effectively over by halftime with the visitors leading 3-0. Robbie Kruse scored with a deft flick past Mainz goalkeeper Heinz Mueller in the 19th, Lars Benders deflected shot gave Mueller no chance in the 38th, and Simon Rolfes set up Kruses second before the break. Rolfes then crossed for Stefan Kiessling to score with a header in the 59th, before Yunus Malli claimed an 82nd-minute consolation. "After the Champions League game on Tuesday it was important to have the right approach," said Leverkusen coach Sami Hyypia, referring to his sides 4-2 loss at Manchester United. Hoffenheim striker Anthony Modeste opened the scoring in Wolfsburg in the 15th, seizing on a poor back pass from Koo Ja-cheol before rounding the goalkeeper. But Ivica Olic equalized before the break, and claimed his second after it, when he lifted the ball over the outrushing goalkeeper with his first touch. Custom Manchester City Jerseys . The Mavericks were not going to let San Antonio beat them with 3-pointers, and they did not want Tony Parker using the lane as his personal playground. Sergio Aguero Jersey . The All Blacks played their best rugby of recent years when they beat South Africa 38-27 in Johannesburg two weeks ago, clinching the Rugby Championships in a match which has been hailed as one of the best ever played. . Off-Season Game Plan examines a team facing some challenging times as GM Bryan Murray tries to put together a roster for next season. Perhaps the first challenge facing Murray is that its expected he will be moving out Jason Spezza, a premier point producer who is about to enter the final year of his contract.MONTREAL - There was something special in the way that Montreal Canadiens fans embraced Saku Koivu.And the Bell Centre crowd showed it again on Thursday night with a standing ovation in a 30-minute pre-game tribute to the former Canadiens captain ahead of a game against the Anaheim Ducks.The nearly five-minute ovation brought tears to the 40-year-old Koivu, who retired after spending the last five years of his 18-year NHL career in Anaheim.I always felt that I was respected as a player and for the way I played the game, but what makes me feel humble was the way I was loved by the fans, Koivu said before the tribute. Sometimes you think about why it happened, why they took me as their own.You cant explain it, but there has been a real, unique bond between the fans in Montreal and myself. Theyve shown their passion and love and support throughout the years and really, its been amazing.The ceremony began with a scoreboard montage of photos and a mix of mostly fans and former teammates thanking him and saluting his hockey career.Koivus wife Hanna, daughter Ilona and son Aatos, his father Jukka and mother Tuire were on the ice as he gave a moving 15-minute speech without the help of written notes.Bonjour mes amis de Montreal (hello my Montreal friends), he began in French before switching to English to acknowledge another former captain, Jean Beliveau, who died Dec. 2 and who was the subject of a sombre pre-game ceremony only last week.He was the ultimate captain, Koivu told the crowd about Beliveau. When I think of the great legends that were here before my time I feel honoured and privileged to have served as captain of the Canadiens for nine years. I consider that my greatest achievement.The crowd roared when he said Montreal truly is the most exciting place to play hockey, and I will always be a Hab in my heart.The night had been planned since before the season for the night the Ducks visited the Bell Centre.He thanked every player, coach trainer and equipment man he worked with in Montreal. He thanked J.S.Tremblay, the former player and scout who convinced the Canadiens to draft him.But he choked up thanking the team of doctors who saved his life when he was struck by abdominal cancer ahead of the 2001-02 season.After being presented with a painting by the remaining Canadiens from his time in Montreal, he ended his speech in French, saying he will love the Montreal fans forever.Koivu, a gifted centre from Finland, lived through soaring highs and terrible lows in his 13 seasons with the Canadiens from 1995 to 2009.Never moreso than in 2001-02, when he was diagnosed with abdominal cancer at the start of training camp. After a season of debilitating treatments, he shocked the hockey world by returning with three games left in the regular season.At his first game back, fans stood and cheered for several minutes.Then Koivu helped the Canadiens make the playoffs as the eighth and final seed, and knock off the first-place Boston Bruins in the first round.That year, the lows I went through and then being able to come back and be a factor in the series, it was a dream come true, he told reporters earlier in the day. Its like the whole story was written before.I dont want to use the word regret, but probably the only thing (missing), and Im not only even talking about winning a Stanley Cup, is really, genuinely competing and maybe being in the finals. Because we saw that a few times, winning in the first annd second round, how this city reacts when you win. Benjamin Mendy Jersey. That year was special.The following season, Koivu had his best campaign with 71 points, but what won the fans over even more was how he started a foundation to raise $7 million for a PET scan machine to help in cancer diagnosis for others.The story of Koivus career was great talent but terrible luck.Koivu was selected 21st overall in the 1993 draft and looked to be a scoring star in the making until his career was slowed by a series of knee and shoulder injuries. He was named captain in 1998, a job he held for 10 years.He joined the Canadiens in 1995, just in time to see the storied franchise come apart with the replacement of general manager Serge Savard and coach Jacques Demers with the inexperienced Rejean Houle and Mario Tremblay.Three months later, star goalie Patrick Roy was traded to Colorado and the team went into a downward spiral that took years to stop.That first few months, and then having the last game at the Forum and first game at the Bell Centre, I pretty much saw everything that can happen all in that first year, said Koivu. And I realized fairly quickly how big hockey is in this city and this province.There were a tough few years not making the playoffs, but in the early 2000s, I think everybody saw a complete change and turnaround. Winning the Eastern Conference one year and having talented players coming up pretty much every year. It made a difference. I think the franchise is on that path now and their future is really bright.It was frustrating and hard but at the same time Im really happy I stayed here and I was able to see the other side as well, a successful team.Another scary moment followed in the 2006 playoffs, when he was high-sticked by Carolinas Justin Williams and suffered damage to his left eye.The setbacks, and the grace and determination with which he fought back and handled them, had much to do with the affection fans developed for the first European ever to wear the C for the Canadiens.On his first game at the Bell Centre as an Anaheim Duck in 2011, he got another long ovation instead of the boos departed Habs often get on their return.I really didnt know what to expect because Id seen some former players that played somewhere else come here and the reception wasnt always as good, he said. It was a pleasant surprise.It was like coming home, and when I got the reaction from the fans, I really felt the love and respect.After the 2008-09 season, the Koivu family decided they needed a change. He signed a one-year deal as a free agent with Anaheim and ended up staying for five. It gave him a chance to play for a contender, even if the Ducks fell short of winning a Cup.He ended his career with 255 goals and 832 points in 1,124 games.He also played in four Olympics for Finland, winning a silver and three bronze medals. And he led Finland to silver at the 2004 World Cup of Hockey.He and his family havent decided whether to stay in California or return to Finland. He expects to stay in hockey in some capacity, coaching perhaps, but hasnt worked that out yet either.For now, hes getting used to being a retired player, while acting as assistant coach of Aatos team.I havent lost the passion for the game, he said. I just didnt have that push, mentally, any more to play and compete and thats why I retired. But I wish that one day Ill still be part of it, in a significant role, somewhere in hockey. Cheap Jerseys Online Wholesale Black NFL Jerseys Youth NFL Jerseys Wholesale Cheap Jerseys Wholesale Wholesale Nike NFL Jerseys Wholesale NFL Jerseys Wholesale Jerseys Free Shipping ' ' '
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