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Keeper Oliver Kahn Reveals The Wonder Goal That He Still Hasn’t Recovered From

Oliver Kahn collected 86 appearances for Germany and 429 for Bayern Munich. Twice he finished third in Ballon d’Or voting — a sensational achievement for a goalkeeper. So, when Kahn reveals what the greatest goal ever scored on him was, we should all be paying attention.

Having called time on his playing days back the 2008, the now 47-year-old shot stopper took to Twitter to celebrate the anniversary of that goal. 

“Exactly 23 years ago today is this sensational goal from Jay-Jay Okocha — and I’m still dizzy…” said Kahn.  

The 3 Young Players Who Could Soon Dominate World Football

We're always on the hunt for the next big thing in football. Whether it's on the basis of some short clip highlighting an up-and-coming 13-year-old or two or three good league games, we're quick to declare a player the next big thing. However, these three individuals, all age 21 or younger, have been consistently performing for a while now. There skills are undoubted and they've got the quality to become the next great players in world football.

Bayern Munich May Have Already Won The Bundesliga

After Bayern Munich crushed Werder Bremen 6-0 in the Bundesliga opener, it looks like this season will be more of the same in Germany. The trophy will probably stay at Allianz Arena for another year, and there isn't much any other club can do about it.

Do you guys wanna count to six? Let's count to six.

ONE.

Revisit The Last Time Pep Guardiola Returned To The Camp Nou

Thursday's Champions League group stage draw yielded one matchup no football fan in the world will want to miss: Pep Guardiola's new club, Manchester City, versus his formative one, Barcelona. It won't be Guardiola's first return to his old stomping grounds. During the 2014-15 Champions League semi-finals, Guardiola's Bayern Munich came up against Barca.

Borussia Dortmund Are Frighteningly Good, But Bayern Munich Remain Untouchable In Germany

Carlo Ancelotti has already accomplished something that Pep Guardiola was never able to do at Bayern Munich: win the German Super Cup. Guardiola was unsuccessful in three attempts, but Ancelotti has landed an early trophy in his Bayern reign by defeating their Der Klassiker rival Borussia Dortmund 2-0.

Second half goals from Arturo Vidal and Thomas Muller put an emphatic touch on a scoreline that was hardly representative of the game’s competitive nature.

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