Bayern Munich's Italian head coach Carlo Ancelotti looks on prior to the UEFA Champions League football match between FC Rostov and FC Bayern Munich at Rostov-on-Don's Olimp 2 stadium on Nov. 23, 2016. / AFP / Kirill KUDRYAVTSEV
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Bayern Munich coach Carlo Ancelotti took a leaf out of predecessor Pep Guardiola's book as the Bavarian giants' hit form in a 3-1 Bundesliga win at Mainz.Ancelotti experimented with a new-look line up ahead of Tuesday's visit by Atletico Madrid in a meaningless Champions League game.There were three main changes to Bayern's tactics on Friday as Ancelotti adopted the approach of predecessor Guardiola, who steered Bayern to the German league title in each of his three seasons in charge.Mueller, who has yet to score a goal in Germany's top flight in his 11 league games, benefited from playing in front of midfielders Thiago Alcantara and captain Philipp Lahm, who was moved in from right-back.
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