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Summary

  1. Bayern with sixteenth league victory of the season
  2. Robert Lewandowski scores twice
  3. Aaron Hunt with free-kick for hosts
  4. First Bundesliga game after winter break
  5. Bayern boss Guardiola heading for England

Live Reporting

By Neil Johnston

All times stated are UK

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  1. YELLOW CARD

    Hamburg 0-0 Bayern Munich

    Great turn of speed by Douglas Costa and Matthias Ostrzolek is left with no option but to drag the Bayern man down. First booking of the game.

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    Hamburg 0-0 Bayern Munich

    Thiago Alcantara

    Bayern are in their change strip of navy blue shirts with a dash of pink. They haven't got going at all. No chances for Thomas Muller or Robert Lewandowski to speak of. Where are the fluent, attacking moves we are so used to seeing from them?

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    Hamburg 0-0 Bayern Munich

    Long range attempt by Aaron Hunt...and Manuel Neuer is tested for the first time in 2016. It's pretty harmless in the end but Hamburg are not shy at getting forward.

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    #bbceurofooty

    Marouane Fellain

    Sell your club to Pep...

    Kim Schurmann: Who would say no to manage Mr Marouane Fellaini?

    GARYLYNCHDUBLIN: Arsenal is the biggest club in Europe who've never been champions of Europe, you can be the one to take us there.

    Dan Middlehurst: West Brom: Dull, unimaginative, and one-dimensional football. We need help, Pep.

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    Hamburg 0-0 Bayern Munich

    It's a bitterly cold night in Hamburg and the fans are doing everything they can to keep warm. There's thousands jumping up and down on the spot behind one of the goals. It's contributing to a terrific atmosphere...lots of noise and banging of drums.

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    Hamburg 0-0 Bayern Munich

    Lewandowski is brought down

    Great delivery by Kingsley Coman and Robert Lewandowski goes down as he tries to get his head on the end of it. There are Bayern shouts for a penalty but they fall on deaf ears.

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    Hamburg 0-0 Bayern Munich

    Josep Guardiola

    Pep Guardiola is out of his seat in the dug out already screaming instructions and trying to make himself heard in front of a partisan 57,000 full house. Lots of arm flinging by the Spaniard. It's been a slow start by Bayern after a long winter break.

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    Hamburg 0-0 Bayern Munich

    Bayern Munich have scored 44 goals in the last 10 meetings with Hamburg. That's a heck of a lot. Tentative start by the leaders at a freezing Volksparkstadion. It's -4 in Hamburg. 

  9. KICK-OFF

    Hamburg 0-0 Bayern Munich

    Josep Guardiola

    The Bundesliga is officially back under way after the winter break.

  10. Winter break 'boring'

    Hamburg v Bayern Munich (19:45 GMT)

    Wait until he has to negotiate four games in 12 games in England next Christmas...

    Pep Guardiola
  11. Lewandowski & Muller start

    Hamburg v Bayern Munich (19:45 GMT)

    Former Tottenham midfielder Lewis Holtby starts for Hamburg, who are captained by ex-Arsenal defender Johan Djourou.

    Hamburg: Adler, Diekmeier, Djourou, Cleber, Ostrzolek, Kacar, Holtby, N. Muller, Hunt, Ilicevic, Lasogga.

    Robert Lewandowski and Thomas Muller, who have scored 29 Bundesliga goals between them this season, both start for Bayern.

    Bayern Munich: Neuer,  Lahm, Martinez, Boateng, Alaba, Alonso, Vidal, Robben, T Muller, Costa, Lewandowski.

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    Sell your club to Pep Guardiola...

    Steve Sandor: Wave pool at West Edmonton Mall.

    Joel Pollard: Sheffield Wednesday, we're on our way back.

    OleOleOle: We have John Obi Mikel.

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    Hamburg v Bayern Munich (19:30 GMT)

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    #bbceurofooty

    So, we know Pep Guardiola is packing his suitcases and on his way to the Premier League at the end of the season. But why should he come to your club? What's so special about it?

    Sell your club to Pep in one sentence...

    Tweet #bbceurofooty or post your sentence on the BBC Sport Facebook page.

  15. Old Trafford bound?

    Hamburg v Bayern Munich (19:30 GMT)

    Friday's Daily Express back page
    Image caption: Friday's Daily Express back page

    According to the back page of Friday's Daily Express, Pep Guardiola has been in talks with Manchester United - a claim denied by the Red Devils.

    The former Barcelona boss recently apologised for putting managers under pressure with his announcement.

    "It was not my intention to offend anybody," he said. "Normally in my career as a trainer and as a player, I respect my colleagues a lot."

  16. Out of hibernation

    Hamburg v Bayern Munich (19:30 GMT)

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    It's the day fans of Germany's league leaders have longed for...football is out of hibernation.

    Having last played on 19 December, Bayern Munich are raring to go and kick-off the second half of the season at mid-table Hamburg, who they hammered 5-0 on the opening day of the campaign.

    Yet all the talk is about their boss. We know Pep is leaving. But where to?

  17. On his way to England

    Bayern Munich boss Pep Guardiola

    Will it be Manchester City or can Manchester United upset their neighbours and persuade him his future is at Old Trafford? Or perhaps Pep Guardiola is heading for London, with Chelsea also keen to recruit the mastermind behind five league titles in Spain and Germany. And let's not forget Arsenal.

    The last time Bayern Munich played, fans of the German champions were hoping Guardiola would still commit his future to them. But a lot has happened in 34 days and the Spaniard has announced he is on his way to the Premier League this summer.

    Will Guardiola bow out with more glittering silverware? Defeat Hamburg in the first game after the winter break and Bayern will go 11 points clear at the top.