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German DFB Pokal

Schalke rue shock cup exit

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Dortmund duo Aubameyang, Sahin set to miss German cup tie - report

The dark nights appear to be over at Borussia Dortmund as they celebrated a fourth straight Bundesliga win in comic book style.

Borussia Dortmund will be without attacker Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang and midfielder Nuri Sahin when they take on third-tier club Dynamo Dresden in the German Cup on Tuesday, reports kicker.

The resurgent 2011 and 2012 Bundesliga champions go into the cup tie at Dresden on the back of four consecutive league wins, though kicker reports that coach Jurgen Klopp will be without Aubameyang and Sahin with the former being rested due to muscular problems.

In February, Aubameyang and Marco Reus scored 10...

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Hamburg keeper Jaroslav Drobny makes painful save vs. Bayern Munich

Jaroslav Drobny winces after blocking the ball with a sensitive part of his anatomy.

Seeing that they went on to lose 3-1 anyway, Hamburg goalkeeper Jaroslav Drobny probably wishes he hadn't bothered making one particular save during his side's DFB Pokal defeat against Bayern Munich on Wednesday night.

The moment came shortly before half-time when the Czech shot-stopper inadvertently repelled Philipp Lahm's close-range effort using a rather sensitive part of his anatomy.

You can almost pinpoint the moment that Drobny's eyes start to water, but -- and kudos to him -- the Hamburg...

Hamburg say sorry to Bayern Munich's Franck Ribery over fan

ESPN FC's Shaka Hislop argues Bayern Munich are just a shade behind Real Madrid for the best team in Europe.
Arjen Robben became the latest player to be immortalised in the DFB Pokal Walk of Fame, after his efforts in Bayern Munich's triumph last season.

Hamburg have apologised after a fan confronted Bayern Munich winger Franck Ribery on the pitch during the DFB-Pokal tie between the clubs on Wednesday night.

With seconds remaining of the match -- won 3-1 by Bayern -- the fan confronted 31-year-old Ribery, hitting him with his scarf and making gestures before stewards ushered him away.

After the game, Hamburg said sorry on their Twitter feed, writing: "Dear FC Bayern, dear Franck Ribery. We apologise for the scene close to the end. That's not HSV!"

Franck Ribery all smiles after return to starting lineup, incident with fan

ESPN FC's Shaka Hislop argues Bayern Munich are just a shade behind Real Madrid for the best team in Europe.

Franck Ribery was all smiles despite being briefly attacked by a Hamburg fan after Bayern Munich won 3-1 in the DFB-Pokal on Wednesday.

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A spectator came onto the pitch and ran the width of the field before hitting the French winger. The intruder was then caught by guards and escorted away.

"Fortunately, nothing much happened,'' a relaxed and smiling Ribery told German television after the match. "It was a difficult situation, I didn't see him coming."

A Hamburg fan was detained after hitting Franck Ribery with his scarf during Bayern's win on Wednesday.

Ribery started his first match for Bayern...