Paderborn
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    Final
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    FC Bayern
    FC Bayern Munich
    (0:3)
    1. goal
      19'Kingsley Coman
    2. goal
      25'Lewandowski
    3. goal
      42'Joshua Kimmich
    4. goal
      55'Corentin Tolisso
    5. goal
      86'Arjen Robben
    6. goal
      88'Arjen Robben
    1. goal
      19'Kingsley Coman
    2. goal
      25'Lewandowski
    3. goal
      42'Joshua Kimmich
    4. goal
      55'Corentin Tolisso
    5. goal
      86'Arjen Robben
    6. goal
      88'Arjen Robben
    1. yellow card
      75'Ben Zolinski
    2. yellow card
      82'Christian Strohdiek
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    SC Paderborn 07
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    FC Bayern
    FC Bayern Munich
    (0:3)
    1. yellow card
      40'Mats Hummels
    2. yellow card
      74'Arturo Vidal
    1. yellow card
      40'Mats Hummels
    2. yellow card
      74'Arturo Vidal
    3. yellow card
      75'Ben Zolinski
    4. yellow card
      82'Christian Strohdiek
    1. substitution
      46'Phillip Tietz for Massih Wassey
    2. substitution
      66'Thomas Bertels for Christopher Antwi-Adjej
    3. substitution
      74'Philipp Klement for Marlon Ritter
    Paderborn
    SC Paderborn 07
    Final
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    FC Bayern
    FC Bayern Munich
    (0:3)
    1. substitution
      32'Corentin Tolisso for Thomas Müller
    2. substitution
      67'Sebastian Rudy for James Rodríguez
    3. substitution
      81'Franck Ribéry for Kingsley Coman
    1. substitution
      32'Corentin Tolisso for Thomas Müller
    2. substitution
      46'Phillip Tietz for Massih Wassey
    3. substitution
      66'Thomas Bertels for Christopher Antwi-Adjej
    4. substitution
      67'Sebastian Rudy for James Rodríguez
    5. substitution
      74'Philipp Klement for Marlon Ritter
    6. substitution
      81'Franck Ribéry for Kingsley Coman
    Paderborn
    SC Paderborn 07
    Final
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    FC Bayern
    FC Bayern Munich
    (0:3)
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    FCB expect 'a real cup fight' in Paderborn

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    It's a David and Goliath encounter -- and, at the same time, a clash of league leaders. FC Bayern are away to SC Paderborn 07 in the DFB Cup on Tuesday night (18.30 CET). The record champions, record cup winners and Bundesliga league leaders meet the team top of the third division. "We're taking these opponents very seriously. I think it will be a real cup tie," declared Jupp Heynckes.

    Mats Hummels is not taking the Paderborn game for granted. "I was at Dortmund when we were knocked out in Offenbach and Osnabrück," explained the central defender. "At the time they were league leaders in the third division -- just like Paderborn. So unfortunately I know things can go wrong."

    Heynckes "very impressed"

    Bayern are expecting a tough match on Tuesday night. Teams up their game whenever they play FC Bayern, said Heynckes, while recalling the hard-fought victory away to Mainz at the weekend. "We have to try and prevent that. Just like we did at Mainz, I will give my team the appropriate talking-to."

    Heynckes has studied the video of two games involving the third division club -- and he was "very impressed. They play very good attacking football." The Bayern coach admires Paderborn's shape, transition play, running and aggression. He predicted: "They will go up and stay in the second division next season. I'm thoroughly convinced of that."

    Vidal set to return

    Heynckes will probably be able to call on Arturo Vidal (following a stomach bug) for the match at the sold-out Benteler Arena (capacity 15,000). "If he trains as normal I'll take him with us," announced Heynckes ahead of the final pre-match training session. Jérôme Boateng is unavailable due to a stomach infection, and Javi Martinez (ankle) will not travel to Paderborn. "I'm not taking any risks. He will be needed later on," said Heynckes, who hopes the Spaniard will be available for the game against Schalke on Saturday.

    Paderborn have knocked out three second division teams (St Pauli, Bochum and Ingolstadt) on their cup run and now are in the quarter-finals for the first time, looking to cause an upset against FC Bayern. Coach Steffen Baumgart was on the winning side three times as a player against the record champions when he was at Hansa Rostock between 1996 and 2001. "We definitely won't just sit back and hope to take it to penalties," he said. He wants his team to "get stuck in and be brave." But he also knows: "We need a very, very, very, very good day to get a result against Bayern."


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