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Summary

  1. Bayern Munich looking to continue 100% winning start
  2. Robert Lewandowski opens the scoring
  3. Substitute Joshua Kimmich doubles the lead
  4. Paris St-Germain 1-1 St Etienne

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By Neil Johnston

All times stated are UK

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  1. Farewell

    So, Bayern Munich march three points clear at the top of the Bundesliga table without playing their best. Can anyone stop Carlo Ancelotti's side this season? Thanks for your company. Until next time...

  2. FULL-TIME - Paris St-Germain 1-1 St Etienne

    It's all over in Paris where PSG have warmed up for next Tuesday's Champions League home game with Arsenal by drawing with St Etienne.

    Lucas Moura's 67th minute penalty put the hosts ahead before substitute Robert Beric equalised in the 94th minute for St Etienne.

    PSG have failed to win their last two league games.

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    Schalke 0-2 Bayern Munich

    Next up for Bayern Munich is a home match against Russian side Rostov in the group stage of the Champions League next Tuesday. Carlo Ancelotti has yet to see his side concede a goal since he took charge.

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    Schalke 0-2 Bayern Munich

    Bayern Munich move three points clear at the top of the Bundesliga table. They were made to work hard for the points but two goals in 11 minutes secured the points for Carlo Ancelotti's side.

  5. FULL-TIME

    Schalke 0-2 Bayern Munich

  6. GOAL - Schalke 0-2 Bayern Munich

    Joshua Kimmich

    All over as young substitute Joshua Kimmich produces an excellent low finish from an angle. Ruthless by Kimmich. The move was started by Robert Lewandowski who ran at the Schalke defence before a fine pass for Kimmich to kill the match off.

    Joshua Kimmich
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    Schalke 0-1 Bayern Munich

    Play is briefly stopped when objects from the crowd are thrown in Thomas Muller's direction as the Bayern Munich foward prepares to take a corner. There's an announcement over the public address system and the situation calms down.

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    Schalke 0-1 Bayern Munich

    Robert Lewandowski could have been celebrating his third hat-trick of the season. Another big miss by the prolific striker who sends the ball wide after being played in.

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    Schalke 0-1 Bayern Munich

    You have to feel for Schalke. They've thrown everything at this and given Bayern a real scare. But the hosts are minutes away from a second successive defeat.

    Robert Lewandowski
  11. GOAL - Schalke 0-1 Bayern Munich

    Robert Lewandowski

    Robert Lewandowski makes up for his shocking earlier miss with his eighth goal of the season for club and country. The Poland striker lifts the ball over the advancing keeper after a delicious pass by Javi Martinez unlocks the Schalke defence.

    Can the hosts find a way back into this?

    Robert Lewandowski
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    Schalke 0-0 Bayern Munich

    The television cameras zoom in on Bayern's travelling fans. They look a pretty subdued bunch.

  13. CLOSE!

    Schalke 0-0 Bayern Munich

    An incredible miss by Robert Lewandowski as he somehow turns David Alaba's ball across the face of goal over the bar from six yards. What has happened to Bayern's finishing?

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    Schalke 0-0 Bayern Munich

    There's still plenty of time for Bayern to find a goal but the last time they failed to win an away game in the Bundesliga was against Borussia Dortmund on 5 March - which was the last time they also failed to score.

  15. SUBSTITUTION

    Schalke 0-0 Bayern Munich

    It's not been a memorable debut for teenager Renato Sanches. He has rarely threatened and soon after being booked for pulling Leon Goretzka's shirt, the 19-year-old is replaced by Joshua Kimmich.

    Renato Sanches
  16. SUBSTITUTION

    Schalke 0-0 Bayern Munich

    A clash of heads brings Klaas-Jan Huntelaar's evening to a premature end. It's a blow for Schalke as he has gone the closest to scoring. On comes midfielder Max Meyer.

  17. So close...

  18. SUBSTITUTION

    Schalke 0-0 Bayern Munich

    Carlo Ancelotti has seen enough and reacts to his side's lack of cutting edge by making a double change for the final half an hour.

    Midfielder Arturo Vidal is on for Xabi Alonso and Douglas Costa replaces a frustrated Franck Ribery.

    Bayern Munich manager Carlo Ancelotti
  19. SUBSTITUTION

    Schalke 0-0 Bayern Munich

    First change of the game. Schalke sense a famous win. Forward Breel Embolo is on for winger Yevhen Konoplyanka.

  20. HITS THE WOODWORK

    Schalke 0-0 Bayern Munich

    So close as Klaas-Jan Huntelaar strikes the Bayern bar from 25 yards out. It was noisy before that but the decibel levels have gone up a notch.