Bayern Munich vs. FC Schalke 04 | 2017-18 Bundesliga Highlights

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Watch Matchday 22 highlights between Bayern Munich and FC Schalke.

ANNOUNCER 1: In the Allianz Arena for you. Let's take a look at some of those. Leon Goretzka of course in the spotlight today as he faced his former-- not, not his former, his future club, sorry. Already signed the contract.

ANNOUNCER 2: And Bayern off to a great start. Lewandowski plays the dummy, in for the rebound, puts it away for an early lead. Always seems to be at the right place at the right time. Hungry, always scoring goals, and reads it before everybody else.

ANNOUNCER 3: Yeah, Ralf Fahrmann with a big mistake too. He's got to parry that up and over the crossbar. Good strike from distance, though, for Thomas Muller.

Keep an eye on Jérome Boateng, right at the top of the penalty area. As this build up happens, Bayern can't clear their lines. Little half bike opportunity falls to Franco Di Santo. He catches it really, really well, but you can see right there on the left hand side of your screen, Boateng kind of went over on his ankle, later in the match, would be forced to be subbed out.

ANNOUNCER 2: That was again, Bayern showing their quality. Great little ball, great run, and Fahrmann again, he's trying to read the cut back. And it's a great strike by Muller. Not that easy. Not that easy to do, but Fahrmann just goes the other way.

ANNOUNCER 3: And you can tell he's looking for Robert Lewandowski on the cut back. 71st first minute, Harit in behind, Embolo top of the penalty area. Sven Ulreich, right down his right-hand side, parry's really well, and he keeps the 3 points home.

Tedesco, give him credit, though. He came in with a ton of confidence. I really like the way he approached this match.

ANNOUNCER 2: Yeah, looked like a gymnast there.

ANNOUNCER 1: There you go. Bayern wrapping it up. Let's give you a look at the table, quickly. Bayern, begin-- or began the weekend, I should say with the biggest ever lead after 21 rounds. Never before had that been seen. They were able to preserve that 18-point gap.

Leipzig are currently second, while struggling Schalke find themselves all the way down in sixth place now. It was a result-- I know, Jovan, you said that--