We're fifteen minutes into the second half of Bayern Munich vs. Borussia Dortmund and we've had our first clear-cut chances of the match from both sides. First it was the hosts' turn to fail to score after Mario Gomez found himself in space just outside the box but could only fire wide of Roman Weidenfeller's goal - a decent chance, that, and one he might well have scored. However, it met with a strong response from the visitors, and when a long ball over the top found Shinji Kagawa it looked as though Dortmund were about to grab the lead.
Then Manuel Neuer stepped up all big, ferocious and bear-like, batting away Kagawa's almost perfect attempted chip to keep the game scoreless. The save bounced to Mario Goetze at the edge of the area and with Neuer out of position the teenager had the chance to volley into an empty (ish - Jerome Boateng was on the line) net, but it was a tough shot to take and fizzed just wide of the post.
So, yeah, this is one of those fun 0-0 games.