Football Soccer - Bayern Munich v VFL Wolfsburg - German Cup (DFB Pokal) - Allianz Arena Munich, Germany - 7/2/17 - Bayern Munich coach Carlo Ancelotti before his team's match against VFL Wolfsburg. REUTERS/Michaela Rehle
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Bundesliga leaders Bayern Munich haven't set off any fireworks with their performances this season, but coach Carlo Ancelotti is confident the best is yet to come, starting at Ingolstadt Saturday.Bayern have won three of their four matches in all competitions so far in 2017, all by one goal.After Ingolstadt, Bayern host Arsenal in their Champions League round of 16 Wednesday before travelling to ambitious Hertha Berlin, who are battling for a champions League spot.Captain Philipp Lahm, who said this week that he will retire at the end of the season, warned that Bayern need to get better quickly or risk losing out on silverware this season.Bayern's form has given some hope to Ingolstadt, struggling to avoid the drop.
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