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Robben lauds Olić performance

Published: Tuesday 27 April 2010, 23.03CET
Arjen Robben paid tribute to the work-rate of team-mate Ivica Olić, who scored all FC Bayern München's goals in their 3-0 victory against Olympique Lyonnais that earned the Bavarian club a place in the UEFA Champions League final. "He's unbelievable, what I like about him is that he always gives more than 100% in every game," said the winger, who scored the only goal of the first leg in Germany last week. "He keeps running and sometime you have to stop him. He's so energetic, a great player and very important for us."
Published: Tuesday 27 April 2010, 23.03CET

Robben lauds Olić performance

Arjen Robben paid tribute to the work-rate of team-mate Ivica Olić, who scored all FC Bayern München's goals in their 3-0 victory against Olympique Lyonnais that earned the Bavarian club a place in the UEFA Champions League final. "He's unbelievable, what I like about him is that he always gives more than 100% in every game," said the winger, who scored the only goal of the first leg in Germany last week. "He keeps running and sometime you have to stop him. He's so energetic, a great player and very important for us."
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