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Jupp Heynckes has Bayern back to winning ways after Hamburg victory

Jupp Heynckes has Bayern Munich joint-top of the Bundesliga with Borussia Dortmund.

It took a while and a red card to the opposition but Bayern Munich eventually got the better of Hamburg as Corentin Tolisso's goal gave them a 1-0 victory.

That's three wins out of three for Jupp Heynckes, who, perhaps with an eye to the midweek cup game against RB Leipzig, shuffled his deck considerably: Jerome Boateng, Thiago Alcantara, Joshua Kimmich and Thomas Muller were all on the bench.

In terms of performance, at least at 11 vs. 11, we've seen better. After Gideon Jung's sending off late...

 By Chris Wright

Corentin Tolisso, Alexandre Lacazette celebrate in unison

Corentin Tolisso scored the only goal of the game in Bayern Munich's 1-0 win over Hamburg on Saturday and then went on to celebrate with a very familiar hand gesture.

Indeed, Tolisso performed the "trumpet" celebration in homage to his former Lyon teammate and good friend Alexandre Lacazette.

The tribute didn't go unnoticed, with Lacazette later sharing a photo of Tolisso's celebration on Instagram along with the caption "what a gesture".

The Arsenal striker then went one step further...

 By Mark Lovell

Coman wreaks havoc with pace, draws pivotal red card in Bayern victory

Corentin Tolisso's first goal since the opening day of the season led Bayern to a 1-0 victory at 10-man Hamburg.
Arjen Robben reflects on Bayern's 'intense' clash at Hamburg and looks ahead to the team's upcoming slate.

Bayern Munich were made to work hard for a third straight win under Jupp Heynckes, but scraped past 10-man Hamburg 1-0 thanks to record signing Corentin Tolisso's close-range tap-in on 52 minutes.

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Chasing an unprecedented sixth Bundesliga title in a row, Bayern moved level on points with Borussia Dortmund, who lead on goal difference by three goals. The gap was five points when Jupp Heynckes took over, but three straight victories, 9-0 aggregate without letting in a goal, is a pretty...

 By Mark Lovell

TSV 1860 Munich out to enjoy revival of city rivalry in Bayern Munich clash

Despite a win over Celtic, Jupp Heynckes says Bayern still left much to be desired both offensively and defensively.

MUNICH -- Five decades ago, there was only one club worth talking about in Munich: TSV 1860. They were the best team in the city and a founding member of the Bundesliga thanks to their success in the 1963 Oberliga Sud that saw the country's football authorities -- reluctant to have two clubs from the same city -- leave Bayern out.

As Bayern were still making do with changing in wooden huts on Sabenerstrasse, "The Lions" starred in a European Cup Winners' Cup final at Wembley in 1965 (though they...