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Thomas Muller's flying kick vs. Ajax was eerily accurate recreation of Bundesliga logo

Thomas Muller's flying kick was possibly the most 'on-brand' red card ever seen in football.

They may have salvaged a dramatic 3-3 draw against Ajax in their final Champions League group match, but Bayern Munich had to muddle through the final stages of the game with 10 men after losing Thomas Muller to a straight red card.

The forward was dismissed in fairly uncontroversial circumstances when, in attempting to bring down a high ball, he inadvertently planted his studs into the head of Ajax defender Nicolas Tagliafico.

Muller was dismissed for his clumsy assault and Tagliafico eventually...

Where could Pulisic land in January: Chelsea, Liverpool, Man United or Bayern?

Steve Nicol has his say on where Christian Pulisic is most likely to go should he leave Borussia Dortmund this campaign.
Raf Honigstein explains why he feels Christian Pulisic still has more to prove at Dortmund before making a big-money move elsewhere in Europe.

"We will not sell a player in winter who's essential to us achieving our sporting aims, of course," Borussia Dortmund's Michael Zorc told Sport-Bild in relation to Christian Pulisic this week. "I strongly expect Christian to be wearing the BVB shirt in February," the sporting director added.

The league leaders' overriding concern is to ensure that the squad stays strong and deep for the second half of a campaign that promises to deliver a championship for the first time since 2012. At the same...

LIVE Transfer Talk: Liverpool, Tottenham Hotspur, Bayern Munich in battle for Benjamin Pavard

Shaka Hislop examines the latest transfer rumours involving Aaron Ramsey, Ruben Loftus-Cheek, Christian Pulisic, Chicharito and Toby Alderweireld.

Europe's biggest clubs continue to work behind the scenes as the winter transfer window approaches. Transfer Talk has been scouring the world's media to see who could be heading to your club when Jan. 1 arrives.

TOP STORY: European giants battle for World Cup-winning defender

If Calciomercato are to be believed, Napoli have joined Bayern Munich, Liverpool and Tottenham in the battle to sign Benjamin Pavard. The VfB Stuttgart centre-back starred for France as a right-back during the World Cup and...

Man United's leopard print leads FIFA 19 shirts that will never be worn by players

Manchester United fans now have the opportunity to part with real money in exchange for a new kit that doesn't technically exist.

To clarify, Adidas have released a range of limited edition "digital fourth kits" for United -- as well Juventus, Bayern Munich and Real Madrid -- that will only be worn by the teams in FIFA 19.

Created in collaboration with EA Sports, the exclusive shirts are rendered in various lurid designs, with United's a neon yellow leopard print effort -- supposedly a tribute to...

Champions League XI: Messi, Neymar, De Gea and Robben in team of the week

Following their defeat in Paris, Craig Burley and the FC crew assess how Liverpool played into PSG's hands by failing to slow down their star-studded opposition.
The Champions League's best performers from this week.
The Champions League's best performers from this week.

The Champions League is down to its final matchday, but who were the stars of the penultimate group edition? Here's the best XI from Matchday 5.

Goalkeeper -- David De Gea (Manchester United)

Would Jose Mourinho still have a job if it was not for the long-standing brilliance of his goalkeeper? De Gea's latest masterclass came in a jawdropping second-half stop from Young Boys' Ulisses Garcia, whose deflected effort looked bound for the bottom corner before the Spaniard clawed it away. It was a stunning...

Bayern Munich's Niko Kovac is losing the battle to prove he's the right fit as manager

Telling a white lie can offer a convenient way out of a current predicament. But there might be a price to pay for it further down the road, something Niko Kovac is finding out at the moment.

Back in April, when the air was heavy with rumours about his move to Bayern Munich, the Croat reassured Eintracht Frankfurt's sporting director Fredi Bobic and supporters that there had been "no contact" with the serial German champions and that he was set to continue on the Eagles' bench in the following...