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Grosskreutz rescues Dortmund late on, Schalke ride earlier luck
Bayern Munich, Bayer Leverkusen farewell group stage in contrasting fashions
Bayer Leverkusen needed a result to stay alive in the Champions League, while already qualified Bayern Munich did not. In the end, the former got the win they wanted, while Bayern got a loss they hardly expected.
Quick start puts Wolfsburg past Freiburg, Hertha beat Braunschweig
It was David versus Goliath in the early Sunday match - only this time Goliath proved quicker of foot and of wit, as wealthy Wolfsburg handed tiny Freiburg another defeat. The final score: 3-0. Hertha Berlin also won.
Strikers could be top of shopping list for Bundesliga clubs
New strikers do not simply turn up under the Christmas tree - transfer rules wouldn't allow that. But when January's transfer window opens, which Bundesliga clubs might be looking to add to their front line?
Hoffenheim oust Schalke from cup - Hamburg, Kaiserslautern and Dortmund progress
Four teams have booked their tickets to the German Cup quarterfinals, but Schalke did not make the grade. Hoffenheim provided the upset of the night with three first-half goals. Kaiserslautern flew the lower-league flag.
Wolves, Frankfurt and Leverkusen join Bayern in German Cup quarterfinal
Bayern Munich have booked their place in the quarterfinals of the German Cup, beating Augsburg 2-0, though Arjen Robben went off injured. Bayer Leverkusen, Eintracht Frankfurt and Wolfsburg also reached the next stage
Germany's only female agent has greater goals
Meet Germany's only female player agent, Samira Samii. As an Iranian German, she's not just fighting gender stereotypes in her unusual career. But her diverse heritage is a boon, too, as are her close ties to the game.
Indian duo Nirmal Chettri and Godwin Franco relish trial chance at Fortuna Düsseldorf
If enthusiasm alone was grounds for a contract, India's Nirmal Chettri and Godwin Franco would be joining Fortuna Düsseldorf. But whatever comes from the duo's trial at the club, they say it has been a success.
Guardiola rages after Bayern Munich's team news was leaked
Bayern Munich’s resounding 3-0 win over Borussia Dortmund has been overshadowed by reports that a player leaked team details to the media. Bayern head coach Pep Guardiola has vowed to axe the perpetrator.
Borussia Dortmund post dividend after record sales
Germany’s only publicly-listed football club Borussia Dortmund has narrowed the financial gap to league leader Bayern Munich. On-pitch successes last season has reaped record sales and higher returns for shareholders.
Bayern Munich announce record sales at annual general assembly
It's been a good year for treble-winners Bayern Munich, and not just on the pitch. The German club have announced record sales of 432.8 million euros ($582 million) at their annual general assembly.
Vettel airs gripes over Formula One rule changes
Formula One World Champion Sebastian Vettel has slammed a rule change awarding double points in the last race of future seasons. The driver argued that the move would only punish those who work hard to build up a lead.
Germany take on US, Portugal, Ghana in Brazil 2014 World Cup
Germany face a mouthwatering clash with their former coach Jürgen Klinsmann in Group G of the 2014 World Cup in Brazil. As well as Klinsmann's USA, they face Portugal and Ghana.
Brazil under fire for World Cup mishaps
Six months before the football World Cup kicks off, only six of the 12 stadiums are finished. After the deadly accident in Sao Paulo, Brazil is facing tough questions about its preparations for the big event.
Match-fixing kingpin Ante Sapina goes on re-trial in Germany
The retrial of Europe’s most notorious match-fixer has opened in the German city of Bochum. He is accused of being part of an international network manipulating matches in Europe, Asia, Australia and the United States.
Jesse Owens gold medal from Berlin 1936 Olympics sold at auction
A gold medal won by Jesse Owens at the 1936 Berlin Olympics has been bought in an online auction for more than $1.4 million. The medal - one of four golds Owens won at the Games - was bought by an American billionaire.
President Gauck's decision not to go to Sochi widely seen as a boycott
German President Joachim Gauck will not be attending the upcoming Winter Olympic Games in the Black Sea resort of Sochi. This has been interpreted by some as an act of silent protest by Germany's head of state.
FIFA names Ballon d'Or shortlist
The top three finalists for FIFA's player of the year award have been announced. It will come down to a decision among Lionel Messi, Franck Ribery, and Cristiano Ronaldo for football's best player.
Nico Hülkenberg rejoins Force India for 2014 F1 season
The German Formula One driver Nico Hülkenberg has signed a multiyear deal with Sahara Force India. The 26-year-old returns to the team after a strong second half to the 2013 season with the Swiss outfit Sauber.
Blatter: Europe also to blame for World Cup worker welfare concerns
FIFA President Sepp Blatter has hit back at the European parliament over the welfare of migrant workers in 2022 World Cup host Qatar. Qatar is amending its labor laws in response to a damning report of their treatment.
Wingsuit skydiver Alexander Polli 'terrified of dying'
Wingsuit divers hurl themselves from cliffs or helicopters, plunge two or more kilometers deep and pull a parachute just before they hit the ground. German wingsuit flyer Alexander Polli explains to DW why he does this.