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Thomas Muller and Serge Gnabry spared Bayern Munich’s blushes by scoring late goals to scrape a 2-1 DFB-Pokal second-round win at Bochum, who finished Tuesday’s game with 10 men.

Alphonso Davies’ first-half own goal gave Bochum a surprise lead and the second-tier strugglers looked on the brink of a famous upset with less than 10 minutes remaining.

But Gnabry levelled proceedings for the 19-time champions in the 83rd minute, a smart finish at the back post setting up a grandstand finale at Vonovia Ruhrstadion.

One-way traffic followed and after Armel Bella-Kotchap was given a red card for bringing down Muller, the Bayern star settled the contest by turning in Kingsley Coman’s brilliant first-time cross for a dramatic 89th-minute winner.

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3 3 Comments

  1. Great comeback by Bayern Munich. They were really confident and determined to winning the match

  2. Oladoyin Oluwafemi Joshua

    They played a very nice game and they have a swing believe in themselves that they can win the game

  3. I know say this boys no go ever disappoint in any way possible na

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