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- First game following winter break
- Wolfsburg are second behind Bayern
- Ligue 1 result: PSG 1-0 Rennes
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Mohamed Khalaf: Well what did Bayern expect? They've not brought anyone in and just let a couple go. Come on Guardiola you're better than that!
Bayern Munich are now eight points above second-placed Wolfsburg. It's still a long shot for the Wolves, but a lot more likely than it might have been this morning.
TJ: Dortmund's title odds have just shortened to 490-1 from 500-1.
The Bundesliga is back in unbelievable fashion.
Dalinton Chizzy: What a surprise result, good for Wolfsburg,, play well win your game
Two minutes misery time for Bayern.
KJoroye E Young: Nobody could have but guess you can say it's just their own way of paying respect to Junior Malanda
Michael Hall: after watching Bayern Munich, do people still want a winter break in England?
What about after watching Wolfsburg though?!
Oh yeah, Paris St-Germain won. That game got lost in the drama in Wolfsburg somewhat.
Wolfsburg make their final change - all staggered out to kill time obviously - as Aaron Hunt replaces Daniel Caligiuri in midfield.
Juan Bernat squares the ball to Claudio Pizarro, who blazes over. You get the sense Bayern know this game is lost. Which is very, very rare.
Chelsea fan Omar Babakarkhil: We should have gotten more for Kevin De Bruyne
Tom Thrall: This result is still a bit pointless though? Look how far behind everyone else is? I think Bayern can afford a little slip!
Don't ruin the fun, Tom
No hat-trick tonight for Bas Dost, as he comes off for Nicklas Bendtner!
Arjen Robben is in, can he pull one back for Bayern Munich? No, Diego Benaglio stays big to keep out his effort. Seven minutes left.
James Sanders: The only thing that would make this game more surprising is if Bendtner comes off the bench to score.
Jamie: Bayern have conceded as many goals today as they did in their first 17 games... shows what six weeks does.
It's time to shut up shop now for Wolfsburg and defender Marcel Schafer comes on to replace attacking midfielder Ivan Perisic.
Niklas Lanwehr: Dante the worst defender at a big European club just behind Per Mertesacker
Truth seeker: Kevin De bruyne is beast of a player.....truly underrated
Mufc Believer: How did Chelsea ever let De Bruyne go?
Bayern Munich conceded four goals in the entire first half of the Bundesliga season - 17 games.
They've conceded four in 73 minutes today.
Wolfsburg - with Andre Schurrle yet to come - will now be within eight points of leaders Bayern Munich.
Are the Wolves back in the title race? This is definitely a potential momentum changer.
A famous night for Wolfsburg as Max Arnold again in his own half - in a repeat of their third goal - plays Kevin De Bruyne in. The former Chelsea player wrongfoots defender Dante and smashes the ball into the roof of the net.
It's a double change by Bayern Munich boss Pep Guardiola, who brings off arguably his two biggest goal threats.
Robert Lewandowski and Thomas Muller are replaced by Mario Gotze and Claudio Pizarro.
Moments after the changes, Arjen Robben has a chance tipped over by Wolves keeper Diego Benaglio.
It's another chance for Wolfsburg as Luiz Gustavo fires wide from the edge of the box. Twenty minutes to go.
Max Arnold is the latest Wolfsburg player to have a shot but it's saved by Manuel Neuer at the far post. A few of their players will struggle to get over this if they do not win - they have missed some chances to seal this.
Wolfsburg striker Bas Dost - who is unbelievably on a hat-trick - heads straight at Manuel Neuer.
The scoring isn't over here - it's hard to call which way this is going to go. A second Bayern goal makes this very tense.
What a game! Max Arnold has a chance to make it 4-1 but puts the ball over from six yards out. To be fair to him Ivan Perisic's pull-back was slightly behind him.
Oh Naldo, what have you done? Juan Bernat tries to get the ball onto his right foot but totally overruns it. Naldo's touch is even worse however and he plays it straight back to the Spaniard to score.
Remarkable. Kevin De Bruyne runs onto a Max Arnold through ball from his own half, takes a few touches, holds off a few defenders and then slots it past the diving Manuel Neuer from 18 yards out.
Think Jan Vertonghen's recent goal but not disallowed.
Bayern Munich make a change in midfield and it's fairly like for like as 20-year-old Mitchell Weiser comes on for Sebastian Rode.
It's almost 3-0, this is incredible. A Wolfsburg cross comes all the way across to Daniel Caligiuri, who totally screws his shot wide from six yards out.
Bayern Munich warming a player up on the sidelines now.
Less than two minutes gone in the second half and Bayern Munich midfielder Bastian Schweinsteiger is booked for coming in late on Kevin De Bruyne.
Neither side make any changes at half-time. Wolfsburg striker Bas Dost comes out with a big grin.
Big 45 minutes for both sides.
Second half gets going at the Parc des Princes.
How Wolfsburg saw Bas Dost's second goal...
A reminder that back-to-back double winners Bayern Munich haven't lost a meaningful league game (excluding games after they'd already won the title) since Bayer Leverkusen beat them in October 2012.
Who saw this coming?
A brilliant goal, and a huge one at that. A Wolfsburg free-kick is only cleared out to Bas Dost 18 yards out and the Dutch striker hits a wonderful first-time volley which crashes in off the post.