When Liverpool and Manchester United clash at Anfield on Sunday, there will be more at stake than just the usual bragging rights.
Bayer Leverkusen midfielder Nadiem Amiri has accepted an apology from a Union Berlin player who verbally abused him when the Bundesliga teams played Friday. ''He came to me in the changing room after the game,'' Amiri said Saturday on Leverkusen's website. ''There were ugly words on the pitch said in the heat of the moment that he's very sorry for.
Bayern Munich's path to a ninth-straight domestic title begins at home to Schalke, as the Bundesliga schedule is out for the 2020-21 season.