The fiercely contested match was a pleasure to watch – especially for Bayern fans.
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Shinji Kagawa's superb chip was not enough to prevent Borussia Dortmund drawing 2-2 at Schalke Sunday, edging Bayern Munich toward a historic fourth-straight Bundesliga title. The draw in Gelsenkirchen leaves Pep Guardiola's Bayern seven points clear of second-placed Dortmund in Germany's top flight with five games left.The game at Schalke's Veltins-Arena burst into life after a goalless first half when Japan midfielder Kagawa put Dortmund ahead with a perfectly timed chip over Schalke goalkeeper Ralf Faehrmann on 49 minutes.The draw leaves Schalke seventh, just outside the European places for next season, while Dortmund's 68 points from 29 league games is a club record for this stage of the season, although Bayern have 75 .
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