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New champions Bayern Munich demolished Hanover 96 6-1 on Saturday (April 20) to continue their record-breaking season in ...
a perfect dress rehearsal for their Champions League semi-final against Barcelona next week. Two goals from Claudio Pizarro and two from Mario Gomez helped Bayern seal a season-record 26th Bundesliga win in a one-sided encounter that moved them on to a record-equalling 81 points with four games still remaining.
SHOWS: HANOVER, GERMANY (APRIL 20, 2013) (SPORTSMAN MEDIA GROUP - SEE RESTRICTIONS) HANOVER 96 V BAYERN MUNICH (WHITE SHIRTS) 1. DAVID ALABA'S (27) CROSS IS DEFLECTED INTO HIS OWN GOAL BY HONOVER'S LARS STINDL (28). BAYERN LEAD 1-0 3. HANOVER'S JOHAN DJOUROU (17) GIVES THE BALL AWAY TO CLAUDIO PIZARRO (14) WHO PASSES TO FRANCK RIBERY (7) WHO SCORES. BAYERN LEAD 2-0 4. MARIO GOMEZ (33) COLLECTS A PASS FROM PIZARRO AND SCORES. BAYERN LEAD 3-0 5. ALABA'S CROSS IS TURNED IN BY GOMEZ AT THE NEAR POST. BAYERN LEAD 4-0 6. ALABA CROSSES FOR PIZARRO TO SCORE FROM CLOSE RANGE. BAYERN LEAD 5-0 7. HANOVER'S CHRISTAIN PANDER TAKES A FREE KICK WHICH MANUEL NEUER (1) FAILS TO HOLD, ANDRE HOFFMANN (15) HEADS IN. BAYERN LEAD 5-1 8. ARJEN ROBBEN (10) PLAYS THE BALL THROUGH TO PIZARRO WHO GOES ROUND HANOVER GOALKEEPER RON-ROBERT ZIELER (1) AND SCORES FROM A TIGHT ANGLE. BAYERN LEAD 6-1 BORUSSIA DORTMUND (YELLOW SHIRTS) V MAINZ 05 9. DORTMUND'S MATS HUMMELS (15) HITS A HIGH BALL INTO THE MAINZ PENALTY AREA, GOALKEEPER CHEISTIAN WETKLO (29) FAILS TO GATHER IT AND MARCO REUS (11) SCORES. DORTMUND LEAD 1-0 10. MARCEL SCHMELZER (29) SHOOTS WIDE AFTER MIX-UP IN MAINZ DEFENCE 11. DORTMUND ATTACK DOWN THEIR RIGHT FLANK, LUKASZ PISZCZEK (26) CROSSES FOR ROBERT LEWANDOWSKI (9) TO SCORE. DORTMUND LEAD 2-0 STORY: New champions Bayern Munich demolished Hanover 96 6-1 on Saturday (April 20) to continue their record-breaking season in a perfect dress rehearsal for their Champions League semi-final against Barcelona next week. Two goals from Claudio Pizarro and two from Mario Gomez helped Bayern seal a season-record 26th Bundesliga win in a one-sided encounter that moved them on to a record-equalling 81 points with four games still remaining. Borussia Dortmund, who have their own Champions League last-four clash against nine-times European champions Real Madrid on Wednesday, secured their spot in the competition next season with a 2-0 win over Mainz 05. Bayern, who are chasing a treble having also advanced to the German Cup final in midweek, looked to have lost none of their edge despite clinching the league title two weeks ago. The visitors grabbed a lucky lead when David Alaba raced into the box and his cutback for Gomez was turned in by Hanover defender Lars Stindl, who was trying to clear. There was nothing lucky about their second goal, however, as the evergreen Pizarro played a superb pass for Franck Ribery, who notched his eighth goal of the season in the 23rd minute. The 34-year-old Peruvian, third-choice striker this season behind Mario Mandzukic and Gomez, then put another immaculate pass through for Gomez who had no trouble scoring from close range. The Germany forward, who could be leaving Munich at the end of the season, added his second goal in the 63rd, tapping in an Alaba cross. Alaba then played in Pizarro for his own first goal of the day with 19 minutes remaining. He added another in the 85th after Hanover had scored a consolation goal. Dortmund scored at the start and at the end of their match against Mainz through Marco Reus and Robert Lewandowski to stay second on 61 points, 20 behind Bayern, but eight ahead of Bayer Leverkusen, who are third on 53 after crushing ten-man Hoffenheim 5-0. Dortmund are now assured of an automatic Champions League spot after their fourth-placed Ruhr valley rivals Schalke 04 lost 1-0 to Eintracht Frankfurt. Schalke are on 46 points and cannot catch Dortmund with four games remaining.