Lewandowski missed the outright record of scoring in 12 consecutive home league games. (Matthias Balk/dpa via AP)
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Robert Lewandowski and Jupp Heynckes both missed out on records as runaway Bundesliga leaders Bayern Munich were held to a frustrating goalless draw at home by Hertha Berlin Saturday.After thrashing 10-man Besiktas 5-0 at home in the last 16, first leg, of the Champions League Tuesday, Hertha made off-key Bayern work for their point.Despite nearly four times as many chances – 19 shots on goal to Hertha's five – Bayern could not break through.The 72-year-old Heynckes also missed the chance to become the first Bayern coach to claim 15 straight wins in all competitions.Lewandowski, who accounted alone for 10 of Bayern's chances, was thwarted by Hertha's goalkeeper Rune Jarstein and the Berlin defense, who ensured he did not add to his 29 goals in all competitions.Winger Erik Thommy scored his first goal for Stuttgart after only 13 minutes to lift his team to 12th – seven points from the relegation places.
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