Bayern are the only team with a 100-percent record in the Bundesliga. REUTERS/Leon Kuegeler
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James Rodriguez shone for Bayern Munich, scoring a goal and winning a penalty, as the German champions made it four wins from their first four Bundesliga games with a 2-0 victory at Schalke to stay top Saturday. Rodriguez struck with just eight minutes gone at Gelsenkirchen's Veltins Arena, expertly slipping his marker, former Bayern teammate Sebastian Rudy, to power home a header from Joshua Kimmich's cross.Schalke had little to offer and only a superb save from Faehrmann kept out a long-range free kick from David Alaba, which curled wickedly 12 minutes from time.After Gladbach's Belgium midfielder Thorgan Hazard netted a 29th-minute penalty – his seventh goal in 10 games against Hertha – Berlin roared back.Ibisevic headed his first goal a minute after Hazard had struck, before Austria midfielder Valentino Lazaro scored with another header on 34 minutes.
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