Eintracht Frankfurt's Carlos Zambrano (L) and Bayern Munich's Robert Lewandowski fight for the ball during their German first division Bundesliga soccer match in Frankfurt, Germany, October 30, 2015. REUTERS/Kai Pfaffenbach
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Misfiring Bayern Munich dropped their first points of an up to now faultless season in a goalless draw at Eintracht Frankfurt Friday.Eintracht 'keeper Lukas Hradecky was forced into an early one-handed save to palm Arturo Vidal's header over the crossbar.Bayern were dominating but having difficulty breaking down a well-organized Eintracht defense.As the game opened up Eintracht had two major chances – first with a dangerous corner then a fluffed clearance by Neuer, who deftly recovered to save Stendera's volley.Bayern captain Philipp Lahm was booked for a foul on the ever-dangerous Aigner and was replaced shortly after for David Alaba as Guardiola went for broke.
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