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Daily Schmankerl: Goretzka not sorry for celebrating against Schalke, Thomas Muller hits a milestone, Leipzig downed by Frankfurt, and more!

The Bundesliga title race is incredibly tight this season. Only 4 points separate the top 4.

FC Bayern Muenchen v FC Schalke 04 - Bundesliga Photo by Alexander Hassenstein/Bongarts/Getty Images

Leon Goretzka not sorry for celebrating against Schalke (AZ)

When Leon Goretzka scored his spectacular goal for Bayern Munich against his former team Schalke, he ended up celebrating the feat right in front of the Schalke fans. Afterward, Goretzka explained that he was not sorry about it:

That the Schalke curve was there wasn’t planned. But I’m also no fan of suppressing your celebration too much.

Goretzka said it would be “sanctimonious” if players hid their joy after scoring against a former club. “People can rightly be happy about it.”

Thomas Muller becomes only the second player to score 100 goals at the Allianz Arena

No. 20 für den FC Bayern München — bustin’ moves in South Africa

Number 20, huh? There’s no player name on this Bayern jersey, but if that’s the 2017-18 away jersey, then it would have been Felix Götze’s. I’m guessing this baller just likes the number 20.

Almamy Touré scores his debut Bundesliga goal with style

His goal had huge ramifications for the title race, as Leipzig lost only their third game this season. Julian Nagelsmann’s side sit only 1 point ahead of Bayern in the table, with an important meeting between the two sides coming up in two weeks.

Confused Liverpool fans get to see a game at Gent

Back in October, some Liverpool fans mistakenly went to Gent instead of Genk to watch Liverpool vs Genk in the Champions League. They were offered the opportunity to go see a game at Gent’s stadium. Here they are!

James Rodriguez has a new reason to smile

“James and his little photocopy,” to translate Ezequiel Daray’s reaction.

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