Bayern Munich's Arjen Robben celebrates after scoring a goal against FC Cologne during their German first division, Bundesliga soccer match in Munich February 27, 2015. REUTERS/Michaela Rehle
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Bayern Munich, fresh from reaching the German Cup quarterfinals, are tuning up for next week's finely balanced Champions League tie with a trip to Hanover Saturday.While goals were absent in Lviv, it's been an altogether different story on the domestic front, with 20 goals in their last four Bundesliga run outs.February wins against Stuttgart (2-0), Hamburg (8-0), Paderborn (6-0) and last weekend's 4-1 defeat of Cologne have seen Bayern go eight points clear of Vfl Wolfsburg at the top of the Bundesliga. Like Bayern, Borussia Dortmund are also through to the Cup last eight and have a Champions League last 16 second leg against Juventus later this month.
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