Robert Lewandowski (L) of Bayern Munich celebrates after scoring a goal against fifth division club FC Noettingen during their German cup (DFB Pokal) first round soccer match in Karlsruhe, August 9, 2015. REUTERS/Kai Pfaffenbach
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The visitors, with Bosnian defender Emir Spahic in the lineup after joining the club following his sacking from Bayer Leverkusen last season for hitting and headbutting a club steward, had trouble with Jena's pace.At Noettingen, Bayern were given a shock after new signing Arturo Vidal had scored his first goal for the club in the fourth minute, only to be pegged back by Niklas Hecht-Zirpel's 16th minute goal.The lead lasted for just a minute, as Mario Gotze restored Bayern's advantage and Robert Lewandowski's 26th minute goal settled the issue.
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