Created on 12-03-2016 at 20:07 PM
Welcome back Mario Götze! Five months after his last appearance for FC Bayern the world champion took his first steps back onto the Allianz Arena turf against Werder Bremen. It was a milestone match for the 23-year-old as he made his 150th Bundesliga appearance. Götze, who sustained a ruptured muscle tendon in the groin while representing Germany on 8 October 2015, played for 54 minutes. “I'm glad I'm back and that I can play without pain. I have to be patient first and recover my rhythm,” the World Cup winner said.
Rummenigge honours Lahm
Philipp Lahm passed two remarkable milestones in the last few weeks as he played his 300th Bundesliga match for FC Bayern and made his 100th Champions League appearance. Before the home match against Werder, FCB chairman Karl-Heinz Rummenigge honoured the captain and presented him with a bouquet to loud applause from the Allianz Arena crowd.
Guardiola's new record
Conratulations, Pep Guardiola! The FCB coach has now presided over 75 victories in 94 Bundesliga matches for a win proportion of 80 percent - a new record. The previous best for 75 wins was set by Udo Lattek, who reached the mark in 111 matches.
Linkin Park in the stands
The German record champions had a prominent supporter in the stands on Saturday evening. Dave Farrell, the bass player of Linkin Park, watched the match live at the Allianz Arena. Farrell also dropped by during FCB's China trip last summer.