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Wagner commits future to Hoffenheim


Yokhin: Wagner rekindled

 By Mark Lovell

Bayern Munich's Sandro Wagner retires from international football after Germany snub

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MUNICH -- Bayern Munich striker Sandro Wagner has announced his retirement from international football after Germany coach Joachim Low left him out of the reigning champions' provisional World Cup squad on Tuesday.

Wagner, 30, joined Bayern from Hoffenheim in January to increase his chances of playing in Russia. However, Low couldn't find a place for Wagner despite a tally of eight league goals for the Bundesliga champions in 14 matches.

"I am hereby retiring from the national team with immediate...

 By Mark Lovell

Sandro Wagner leads experimental Bayern Munich side to 4-1 win vs. Eintracht Frankfurt

An experimental Bayern Munich eleven eased past hapless Eintracht Frankfurt 4-1 on Saturday courtesy of goals from debutant Niklas Dorsch, Sandro Wagner and substitutes Niklas Sule and Rafinha, with Sebastien Haller scoring a consolation for the visitors.


Resting key players and fielding their youngest Bundesliga team since 1971 with the Champions League trip to Real Madrid in mind, Treble-seeking Bayern warmed up with another win, with a few relative unknowns putting in a good audition...

 By Mark Lovell

Thiago tames Monchengladbach after Bayern Munich falls behind early

Bundesliga champions Bayern Munich recovered from falling a goal behind on Saturday to thrash Borussia Monchengladbach 5-1 courtesy of a quickfire first-half double from Sandro Wagner and second-half goals from Thiago Alcantara, David Alaba and substitute Robert Lewandowski.


Despite fielding a lesser side with the midweek DFB Pokal game in Leverkusen in mind, Treble-seeking Bayern recovered from the shock of falling behind to stretch their lead at the top to 23 points in the 100th...

 By Mark Lovell

Arjen Robben, Sandro Wagner key late Bayern comeback at Wolfsburg

Sandro Wagner's goal vs. Wolfsburg was his second since returning to Bayern.
Sandro Wagner's goal was his second since returning to Bayern Munich from Hoffenheim.

Sandro Wagner's header and substitute Robert Lewandowski's penalty sealed Bayern Munich's last-minute comeback 2-1 win against Wolfsburg, who had the temerity to take the lead through Daniel Didavi in the eighth minute. The Bundesliga champions could even afford the luxury of Arjen Robben's missed penalty nine minutes after the break.


A sixth consecutive Bundesliga title is a matter of weeks away, maintaining a massive 18-point advantage over "nearest challengers" Leipzig with 12 games...

 By Mark Lovell

Sandro Wagner 'first option' to replace injured Lewy - Heynckes

MUNICH -- Despite Robert Lewandowski's absence through injury, Bayern Munich coach Jupp Heynckes has insisted new signing Sandro Wagner is not a guaranteed starter when the league leaders return to Bundesliga action at Bayer Leverkusen on Friday.

Heynckes confirmed at a news conference that Lewandowski and defender Mats Hummels will miss the trip to Leverkusen after the duo were unable to take a full part in training this week.

"It would be negligent to risk them. Neither of them are in the squad,''...

Sandro Wagner knows he's backup to Robert Lewandowski - Jupp Heynckes

Jupp Heynckes says new signing Sandro Wagner knows he is behind Robert Lewandowski in the Bayern Munich pecking order.

Bayern Munich boss Jupp Heynckes has said new signing Sandro Wagner is aware that he will only be a backup for Robert Lewandowski.

Wagner, 30, returned to his boyhood club Bayern this month in a €12 million transfer from Hoffenheim.

The Germany international is set to add depth to the German champions' attack but, for now, will have to settle for a backup role.

"He's a player who has made a very positive development in recent years and become a national team player," Heynckes, who will be...