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Borussia Dortmund may have got the better of FC Bayern München the last time the two sides met, but that <br>hasn't always been the case... <b>bundesliga.com</b> presents the most heated matches between FCB and BVB <b>27 November 1971:</b> Bayern demolished BVB 11-1 at their former stomping ground on Grünwalder Straße. Gerd Müller scored four, <br>while Uli Hoeneß added a brace. <i>Die Münchner</i> ended the season as champions, Dortmund were relegated <b>9 August 1986:</b> Frank Mill produced the 'mother of all misses' at the Olympiastadion in Munich. The BVB striker confidently took the ball around goalkeeper Jean-<br>Marie Pfaff (on the floor), but just a few yards in front of an empty FCB net he somehow managed to hit the post as the match ended in a 2-2 draw <b>12 October 1991:</b> Bayern goalkeeper Gerald Hillringhaus (right) was left cursing his luck when his attempted clearance hit his own player Markus Münch (left), <br>before flying off the midfielder and into the back of his own net - it was the final straw in the 3-0 defeat from a Bavarian standpoint <b>1 October 1995:</b> Having signed from Inter Milan Ruben Sosa made an immediate impact when he scored with his first touch of the ball to put BVB <br>2-1 ahead having come off the bench. His free-kick put Dortmund on course for a 3-1 victory in a title winning season <b>19 April 1997:</b> Though the 1-1 result in Dortmund left a lot to be desired, this encounter was not short of a few talking points and fireworks considering <br>Lothar Matthäus (right) and Andres Möller (left) were at each other's throats for most of the match <b>3 April 1999:</b> In the 2-2 draw, in which Bayern came back from two down, Oliver Kahn (right) was right in the middle of the controversy. However, after trying to bite <br>Heiko Herrlich (left) and almost catching Stephane Chapuisat with a flying kung-fu kick, Kahn did keep out Lars Ricken's penalty to save a point late on <b>7 April 2001:</b> Referee Hartmut Strampe (left) had his hands full during this particular 1-1 draw in Dortmund. Stefan Effenberg (right) and Evanilson were <br>both shown straight red cards, Bixente Lizarazu was sent off for two bookable offences, while ten other players also picked up yellow cards. <b>9 November 2002:</b> With Jens Lehmann sent off and BVB unable to make any more substitutions, Czech striker Jan Koller became a makeshift goalkeeper. <br>Dortmund lost 2-1, but the target man filled the goal with his 6'7 frame keeping a powerful Michael Ballack effort at bay on his way to a clean sheet <b>19 April 2008:</b> In the Olympiastadion in Berlin, BVB's Mladen Petric forced extra time in the DFB Pokal final with a last gasp equaliser, but Luca Toni <br>(second from left) scored the deciding goal in the 103rd minute as the cup once again took its place in Bayern's trophy cabinet <b>12 September 2009:</b> Thomas Müller was relatively unknown when he was brought on as a second half substitute in the Signal Iduna Park, but announced <br>himself by scoring his first two Bundesliga goals in Bayern's emphatic 5-1 win - it turns out that that was the starting point of his meteoric rise <b>26 February 2011:</b> In the first of their two recent title-winning campaigns, Dortmund's masterpiece took place at the Allianz Arena in Munich as they ended Bayern's chances of usurping them at the top with a 3-1 win. Nuri Sahin (second from left) scored the pick of the goals with a picture perfect curling effort from the edge of the area. <b>19 November 2011:</B> Dortmund win for the third time in succession. Mario Götze (r.) is the sole goalscorer in a tight game. <br> After weeks of Bayern dominance, BVB get back in the groove, overtaking FCB in the standings just a week later <b>11 April 2012</b> This deft flick from Robert Lewandowski (front) decides the title showdown in Dortmund's favour in a thrilling encounter. <br> Arjen Robben later missed a penalty for Bayern, as well as an open goal as BVB took control in the race for the plate <b>12 May 2012:</b> Soon afterwards the great rivals met again in the DFB Cup final at the Berlin Olympiastadion. <br> Lewandowski again turned matchwinner for BVB, netting a hat-trick in a staggering 5-2 triumph for the Yellow-Blacks <b>12 August 2012:</b> Their next duel took place in Munich as the two sides battled for the 2012 Supercup. New signing Mario Mandzukic (r.) <br> and Thomas Müller scored for Bayern early on, and although Robert Lewandowski reduced the arrears, it wasn't enough for BVB Bayern held on for a 2-1 victory, claiming the pre-season trophy and finally bringing an end to their five-match barren spell against Dortmund <b>1 December 2012:</b> Roman Weidenfeller was in inspired form when Germany's top two teams met in the league earlier this season <br>as the Dortmund keeper made a string of saves and, though he couldn't prevent Toni Kroos putting the record title-holders ahead... ...his invaluable contribution gave Mario Götze (2nd r.) the platform to rescue a share of the spoils for BVB, underlining his status as a player capable <br>of producing in the big games even though his strike wasn't enough for the reigning champions to close the gap on Bayern at the Bundesliga summit <b>27 February 2013:</b> That drawn game in the Bundesliga was a frustrating result for Bayern, but they were given another crack at <br> beating Dortmund when the two teams were drawn against one another in the quarter-final of the DFB Cup.... ...and this time it was the Bavarians that came out on top in another typically competitive affair. The match-winner was Arjen Robben, <br>whose delightful curling strike in the first half sealed a 1-0 win and sent Bayern through to the semi-finals <b>4 May 2013:</b> A rare Kevin Großkreutz goal gave Dortmund the lead in the second match of the 12/13 season, but a <br>Mario Gomez equaliser earned visiting Bayern a share of the spoils <b>25 May 2013:</b> The two sides met in the 2012/13 UEFA Champions League final. Jupp Heynckes' team got the <br>better of Jürgen Klopp's charges in a close encounter at Wembley <b>27 July 2013:</b> But Dortmund gained revenge over their rivals in the first clash of the 2013/14 season, beating Pep Guardiola's Bayern 4-2 at the Signal Iduna Park Jürgen Klopp celebrated that win in his usual, passionate manner as Pep Guardiola (r.), still getting to know his team in August, watched on. <br>That has been Guardiola's one and only defeat on the Bayern bench so far with his side 37 Bundesliga games unbeaten going into the <i>Klassiker</i>
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