Bundesliga: Bayern Munich suffer shocking 4-1 away to Hoffenheim
- Bundesliga champions Bayern suffered a shocking 4-1 loss to Hoffenheim on Sunday
- Goals from Ermin Bicakcic, Munas Dabbur and Andrej Kramaric ended Bayern’s 32-match unbeaten streak
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Bayern Munich suffer shocking 4-1 away to Hoffenheim.
Bundesliga Champions Bayern Munich suffered a shocking away loss to Hoffenheim on Sunday.
The result ended Bayern’s 32-match unbeaten run in all competitions stretching back to last year.
Bayern boss Hansi Flick rested key players Robert Lewandowski and Leon Goretzka who were involved in a grueling UEFA Super Cup clash against Sevilla last Thursday.
The result comes just three days before Bayern face Borussia Dortmund in the German Super Cup Final, but all is to play for as Lucien Favre’s men also suffered a shock 2-0 defeat Augsburg on Saturday.
The European champions conceded two goals in eight minutes as their usually solid defence collapsed under Hoffenheim pressure.
The German underdogs didn’t stop there as they punished another defensive error from Bayern just moments later.
After just 24 minutes Hoffenheim secured a two-goal advantage with Mu’nas Dabbur’s superb chip over Manuel Neuer.
There was, however, a quick VAR check for offside but the goal was given.
Bayern did manage to pull one back just before the halfway mark after a passage of sharp passing opened up the opportunity for Leroy Sane to find Joshua Kimmich.
Nevertheless, Hoffenheim put the icing on the cake late on, with super-sub Ihlas Bebou ploughing down the right hand-side and laying off Andrej Kramaric.
The 29-year-old took a touch before guiding the ball into to the corner to put another one past deflated Manuel Neuer.