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Bayern Munich 1-1 Schalke: Highlights, stats, and quotes

Watch the highlights, check out the stats, and read what the teams had to say follow Bayern's 1-1 draw with Schalke.

Match Summary

Bayern Munich 1-1 Schalke

Bayern Munich: Arjen Robben (67)
Schalke: Benedikt Höwedes (72)


Bayern Munich: Jerome Boateng (red 17), Mehdi Benatia (67), Mitchell Weiser (80), Bastian Schweinsteiger (86)
Schalke: Benedikt Höwedes (46)

Lineups and Stats

Bayern Munich

Lineup: Neuer - Alaba, Benatia, Boateng (red 17) - Bernat, Alonso, Schweinsteiger, Weiser (Rode 88) - Götze (Dante 27), Müller (Lewandowski 55), Robben

Not used: Reina, Badstuber, Gaudino, Pizarro

Shots: 10 (Robben 3)
Shots on goal: 2 (Robben 2)


Lineup: Giefer (Wellenreuther 45) - Höwedes, Matip, Nastasic - Fuchs, Meyer, Neustädter, Uchida - Boateng (Barnetta 87), Sam (Sane 77) - Choupo-Moting

Not used: Aogo, Ayhan, Sobottka, Platte

Shots: 8 (Choupo-Moting 3)
Shots on goal: 5 (Five Players Tied With 1)


Pep Guardiola

"I'm not happy, I'm very, very, very happy. Obviously we wanted all three points, but 70 minutes with a man less against Schalke isn't easy. We controlled the game very well and we had enough chances. It was a much better performance than against Wolfsburg. Everything's OK - there's no debate about the red card! We were lucky they missed the penalty."

Bastian Schweinsteiger

"We were better than in the game against Wolfsburg, we had more control and we never let them get at us on the break. But we're not happy with a 1-1 draw. We were down to ten men but we still had chances to win it. We'll go to Stuttgart now looking for a victory."

Arjen Robben

"We battled away, we ran our hearts out and played good football against ultra-defensive opponents. We controlled the game - and we had a man less! It's definitely a frustrating result. Obviously we were down to ten men, but we've gone 1-0 up and then we let Höwedes make it 1-1 - that can't be happening! If you concede a goal like that in the Champions League it can be fatal."

Roberto di Matteo (Schalke coach)

"We've taken a point away from home. Our tactics worked out well, but we're still a bit disappointed because we've missed a penalty. The draw is probably more or less the right result."

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