Ribery “had a birthday on Friday, he played well – he needed a kiss,” Ancelotti explained.
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Bayern Munich dominate Borussia Dortmund to remain on course for a fifth straight league title, Franck Ribery gets a birthday kiss and Nils Petersen equals an unusual Bundesliga record.Bayern had 18 shots on goal, double Dortmund's tally of nine, and had 67 percent possession, winning twice as many corners as the visitors.Around 92 percent of the 800 passes made by Bayern, Dortmund managed fewer than 400 passes, found their mark. Petersen scored in the 70th minute, just seconds after coming on.His tally of 18 goals in 55 league appearances off the bench includes stints at Freiburg, Werder Bremen, Bayern and Energie Cottbus. His tally equals that of retired ex-Bayern and Dynamo Dresden Alexander Zickler, who needed 102 Bundesliga games to net his 18 goals.
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