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  • 'It does not set a good example' - Neuer...

    Bayern Munich goalkeeper Manuel Neuer has hit out at Hertha Berlin counterpart Rune Jarstein after the Norwegian sparked a brawl in Saturday's 1-1 Bundesliga draw in the German capital. Guardiola plays down Kompany injury fears Jarstein was unable to contain his frustration aft...

    'It does not set a good example' - Neuer slams Jarstein after brawl

    Bayern Munich goalkeeper Manuel Neuer has hit out at Hertha Berlin counterpart Rune Jarstein after the Norwegian sparked a brawl in Saturday's 1-1 Bundesliga draw in the German capital. Guardiola plays down Kompany injury fears Jarstein was unable to contain his frustration after conceding a 96th-minute equaliser and angrily kicked the ball away after Robert Lewandowski's goal, hitting Xabi Alonso in the process. Bayern players reacted furiously to the incident and Neuer feels the 32-year-old set a bad example with his unsporting behaviour. "It is just not right to shoot the ball at a player on purpose, no matter how frustrated you are," Neuer told the German Football Association website. "It is about fairness. "It does not set a good example as a role model. The stadium was sold out and many viewers were watching the game on TV. "I think it was understandable that we complained about that." Carlo Ancelotti's side saw their advantage at the top of the table cut to five points when RB Leipzig won 2-1 at Borussia Monchengladbach on Sunday.

  • Ancelotti to be questioned by DFB after ...

    Bayern Munich boss Carlo Ancelotti will be questioned by the German Football Association (DFB) after admitting he made an unsavoury hand gesture towards a Hertha Berlin fan on Saturday. Balotelli heading for scrapheap The meeting between the two Bundesliga sides ended in contro...

    Ancelotti to be questioned by DFB after admitting Hertha 'finger'

    Bayern Munich boss Carlo Ancelotti will be questioned by the German Football Association (DFB) after admitting he made an unsavoury hand gesture towards a Hertha Berlin fan on Saturday. Balotelli heading for scrapheap The meeting between the two Bundesliga sides ended in controversial fashion when Robert Lewandowski equalised in the 96th minute, past the allotted stoppage time given. A number of Hertha players surrounded the referee in protest against Lewandowski's strike, while supporters also fumed at Berlin's Olympiastadion. And Ancelotti conceded after the match that he showed the middle finger to one fan in the midst of the melee, but the Italian claims he was “spat on”, hence why he used the gesture. WATCH: Ronaldo's joke regret German source Kicker claims Ancelotti will now be questioned over his actions during the match, as well as Hertha goalkeeper Rune Jarstein. Jarstein helped fuel the tempestuous end to the affair by blasting the ball in anger at Bayern's Xabi Alonso and therefore the DFB are also keen to speak with him. Hertha were bidding to become only the second team to beat Bayern in the Bundesliga this season before Lewandowski's dramatic equaliser.

  • Ancelotti admits giving a fan 'the finge...

    Bayern Munich coach Carlo Ancelotti has confessed that he made an obscene hand gesture to a Hertha Berlin fan after Saturday's match.  The Bundesliga meeting ended in controversial fashion when Robert Lewandowski equalised in the 96th minute, past the allotted stoppage time give...

    Ancelotti admits giving a fan 'the finger' after Hertha clash

    Bayern Munich coach Carlo Ancelotti has confessed that he made an obscene hand gesture to a Hertha Berlin fan after Saturday's match.  The Bundesliga meeting ended in controversial fashion when Robert Lewandowski equalised in the 96th minute, past the allotted stoppage time given.  Ancelotti: Bayern deserved equaliser Hertha players surrounded the referee after the final whistle that marked a 1-1 draw, while fans were also left furious by the conclusion to events.  And in the melee that followed, Ancelotti admitted he showed his middle finger to a supporter while being barracked from the stands.  "Yes, I made that gesture, because I was spat on," the Italian told Bild when asked about the incident.  The draw maintains Bayern's standing at the top of the table, although RB Leipzig could cut Die Roten's lead to five points with victory over Borussia Monchengladbach on Sunday.

  • Hertha boss Dardai hits out at 'Bayern b...

    Hertha Berlin coach Pal Dardai claims Bundesliga leaders Bayern Munich benefited from the "Bayern bonus" in rescuing a 1-1 draw in the German capital on Saturday. Robert Lewandowski levelled with the last kick of the game to earn a point following a below-par display from the de...

    Hertha boss Dardai hits out at 'Bayern bonus' after late equaliser

    Hertha Berlin coach Pal Dardai claims Bundesliga leaders Bayern Munich benefited from the "Bayern bonus" in rescuing a 1-1 draw in the German capital on Saturday. Robert Lewandowski levelled with the last kick of the game to earn a point following a below-par display from the defending champions. Lewy makes more Bundesliga history However, that goal came after the allotted five minutes of stoppage time had elapsed, prompting angry clashes between the two sets of players. And Dardai says his team had every right to feel aggrieved. "First of all, I have to say that my team were outstanding," he told Sky. "We also had plenty of opportunities to score the second goal, but we did not manage to do it. "Unfortunately there was so much stoppage time. That is the Bayern bonus. "It's not a cup game, we do not play for 120 minutes. Sorry, everyone can be offended - after five minutes the whistle should be blown." Midfielder Sebastian Langkamp added: "We played the game of our lives. "It is probably an unwritten rule that nobody can win against them." Vedad Ibisevic had fired Hertha in front with the club's first goal against Bayern since March 2014.

  • Ancelotti adamant Bayern deserved contro...

    Carlo Ancelotti is adamant Bayern Munich deserved their last-gasp equaliser against Hertha Berlin irrespective of the controversial nature of the goal. Bayern appeared to be on their way to a 1-0 defeat in the German capital following Vedad Ibisevic's first-half strike, only for...

    Ancelotti adamant Bayern deserved controversial equaliser

    Carlo Ancelotti is adamant Bayern Munich deserved their last-gasp equaliser against Hertha Berlin irrespective of the controversial nature of the goal. Bayern appeared to be on their way to a 1-0 defeat in the German capital following Vedad Ibisevic's first-half strike, only for Robert Lewandowski to level the scoring in the sixth minute of stoppage time - with referee Patrick Ittrich having allocated five minutes of additional play. Lewandowski makes Bundesliga history Hertha were furious after conceding the late goal, but Ancelotti feels Bayern more than deserved their equaliser. "We knew that a difficult game awaited us," Ancelotti said at a news conference. "Hertha put in a very good performance in the first half and put in a lot of effort. Lewa comes to Bayern's rescue "Things were different after the break, though. We put a lot of pressure on them. "I think we deserved our goal. In the end, a draw was a fair result." Bayern are now eight points clear of RB Leipzig at the top of the Bundesliga table.

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