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Commentary That's all for our live coverage from the Allianz Arena, thanks for following along! Carlo Ancelotti enjoyed a perfect start to life in the Bundesliga as a hat-trick from Robert Lewandowski gets their title defence off to a flier.
Bremen make the final change of the night for either side as Lennart Thy comes on for Bartels. Well the match almost went a full 90 minutes without a yellow, but Sternberg's tackle ends the perfect disciplinary record in this season opening match.
Bayern will have a tougher test next weekend as they travel to Gelsenkirchen to take on Schalke. Bremen, meanwhile, return to the friendly confines of the Weserstadion where they will play host to Augsburg - a more applicable measuring stick for them to see where they measure up early in the season.
Bayern have shut it down now. They're allowing Bremen to play on the ball as they await the final whistle, and Bartels takes matters into his own hand to record a shot on target for the visitors, but it's nothing to trouble Neuer.
STAT: Werder have lost each of their previous 13 meetings with Bayern in all competitions - their worst run against a particular opponent in the Bundesliga era.
Bremen cannot get out of here soon enough. They nearly concede again, and it's not that Bayern are playing that well, but the visitors just look so confused and dejected in defence.
It really is too easy for Bayern. A final change for the hosts sees Juan Bernat replace Alaba. Lewandowski coverts from the spot and he has his hat-trick!
Nightmare for Eggestein! The teenager has only just come on the field and he commits a calamitous error, dragging Ribery down carelessly from behind after giving away possession with a shocking touch.
Maximilian Eggestein enters the fray at the expense of Grillitsch. Muller somehow has acres of space in the penalty area to pick out a pass, and he does so accordingly, teeing up Ribery who smashes a finish beyond Wiedwald and into the back of the net!
Bayern won this fixture last season, Robert Lewandowski scoring once, while both Thiago Alcantara and Thomas Muller netted a brace.
They're looking like matching, if not beating, that number tonight as the chances keep coming. Muller gets on the end of the latest move, but Sane provides an important block with Wiedwald beaten.
Bartels is leading the line now for Bremen. He's a talented footballer, though there's been little chance for him to show that tonight. Yatabare is providing support for him, but the duo are completely standed up top.
Muller's assist is his second of the night. The right-back works a tidy one-two with Muller and punishes a strike across goal, off the far post and in!
Terrific finish from Lahm who is more than deserving of a goal for his efforts tonight! Bayern's first change of the night sees Xabi Alonso give way to Joshua Kimmich.
Bayern seem to have shifted down a gear, with the three points pretty much in the bag. There's substitutes warming up for both sides and it looks as though we'll have a plethora of changes over the next 10 minutes or so.
Poor lad. Johannsson has hardly had more than a few touches of the ball atop the Bremen attack. He makes a rare appearance in the match at the hour mark here, coming all the way back to the defensive third, replicating the position of a left-back, to get onto the ball.
This is really a thankless task he has. The Munich club accumulated 88 points - 50 more than Werder Bremen. Mats Hummels is making his second league appearance for Bayern, 3, days after his first May , but he's had next to nothing to do tonight.
It's been a cakewalk for Die Roten in defence, as Bremen are failing to muster any sort of fight back. Lahm is such a joy to watch in possession.
He has intelligence in spades. The right-back continues to make strides down the flank and the passes he picks out from the wider areas are just exceptional.
There's not many who can match this sort of distribution from wing-back. Bayern remain hungry for goals and haven't lost any of their edge.
Bremen are laying down for them and it's more than surprising to see no changes made to their XI yet. Frustration builds in the Bremen side.
The result was merely a side issue. What everyone was talking about was a professional foul by Bayern's Klaus Augenthaler on Rudi Voller in the first half.
Augenthaler was only booked, while Werder's striker had to come off and was sidelined for five months.
Bayern's business manager Uli Hoeness called the foul "normal," while a national newspaper recently listed it among the six most brutal in league history.
Nine days after the game, Voller told Der Spiegel magazine that Bayern had been "aggressive and brutal," and referred to the club as "arrogant. That's also how most neutral football fans felt.
In the wake of the November game, Bayern would be typecast as the league's villains; Bremen as the forces of justice and gallantry.
Augenthaler was mercilessly booed wherever he played, while Werder became everybody's second team. Lemke, meanwhile, smartly milked the controversy for all it was worth.
At last, he had found a way to perfectly market his club's "positive elements" -- one of which was that they were not Bayern.
His needling eventually led to one of the great Bundesliga feuds, because Hoeness developed an almost palpable antipathy towards his counterpart at Werder.
Hoeness called Lemke "a demagogue" and according to his biographer Christoph Bausenwein, added: "This man has stereotyped us as the enemy.
That's class war, pure ideology. We are the arrogant millionaires, they are the league's underdogs. All of which made the return game in Bremen one of the most eagerly anticipated Bundesliga clashes.
These days, people complain that prematch coverage of important football matches tends to be frantic and blown out of all proportion. But not even the most overhyped Clasico can hold a candle to the hysteria that gripped Germany in the buildup to the match between Bremen and Bayern on April 22, It was the penultimate day of the season and a win would have given Werder their first league title since When Voller came on after 77 minutes of a scoreless game, making his first appearance since Augenthaler's foul, the noise was deafening.
Many people were certain he would now score the winning goal. He did not, but he won a penalty as his attempted chip hit Bayern's Soren Lerby in the face with three minutes left.
The referee blew his whistle and pointed to the spot. More than two minutes went by before the penalty could be taken, as Bayern's players protested the decision, pointing out that the ball had not touched Lerby's arm.
At long last, Werder's penalty taker, Michael Kutzop -- who had converted 29 spotkicks in a row -- stepped up. His shot hit the outside of the right-hand post.
Four days later, Bayern climbed past Werder to claim the title on goal difference. Rehhagel eventually led Werder to the title in and followed it up with another in After 14 years, he left at the end of the season and his last game as Bremen coach took him to -- where else?
Werder needed a win on June 17, against Bayern to lift another Bundesliga title ahead of Dortmund. The hosts were miles off the pace, in sixth place, and had nothing to play for except pride.
Yet the players took visible delight in putting one over on their old adversary, winning and ruining Rehhagel's farewell party. Rehhagel ended his Bremen career with two Bundesliga titles, two domestic cups and the Cup Winners' Cup and having established the small, unglamorous club among the country's elite.