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FC Bayern in the Cup semi-finals : Incredible 5:4 against the second-tier Heidenheim

In the mid-term break, so it reported the TV-colleagues from Sky, it should have been in the cabin of the FC Bayern München is pretty cracked. The otherwise oft

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FC Bayern in the Cup semi-finals : Incredible 5:4 against the second-tier Heidenheim

In the mid-term break, so it reported the TV-colleagues from Sky, it should have been in the cabin of the FC Bayern München is pretty cracked. The otherwise often cool tried coach Niko Kovac apparently had the desire to Express his frustration. And who wanted him. the blame after the first 45 minutes in the quarter-finals of the DFB Cup against second division 1 FC Heidenheim. 2:1 the guests were in Munich, they played in Excess of and so good that you can still make one, two more times into the goal.

the dream of The Ostälbler lived that nightmare for the Bavarians. They woke up but in the nick of time. 5:4 (1:2), they won at the end of a furious game of football, which can just as well also the other way around. "I don't know how I should place it. We go to a 4:2 lead again to 4:4, don't like it. The need to digest first," said Thomas Müller, and added: "Nevertheless, the second half was positive, even if it was crazy. This moral Plus we need to use for the next few days, the ass-pinching and against the Dortmund win.“

especially in the second half, the 21 – player messenger of Bavaria, Niklas Süle had seen after a quarter of an hour because of foul game, the Red card – the Fans of intensive Cup battle. The conditions for the wild ride had put the Heidenheim with two goals in half one by Robert Glatzel and captain Marc Schnatterer. Munich was passed through Leon Goretzka an early lead, but then a little consistently. "After the Start, the game must run differently. The first half was after the place reference is not good from us,“ mäkelte Müller.

Cheers, where he wants to. Heath home midfielder Marc Schnatterer, who even against Bayern.Photo: Matthias Balk/dpa

After the break, and Kovacs cabin timpani, the Munich had to turn so – and did so in the first instance. Of the break when substitute Robert Lewandowski put on for Müller, the 2:2. Two minutes later the same Duo made for the 3:2, this time operated Müller and his storm colleagues. 55 minutes gone and Bayern are now in the mood, as Serge Gnabry in consequence of a Corner on 4:2 increased.

Now, everything seemed to go his intended path, but the Heidenheim remained defiant. Glatzel was a second Time against the non-existent Munich defence, goalkeeper Sven Ulreich, he overcame with a flat shot. Shortly thereafter, resembled it a penalty, even at 4:4. Mats Hummels had fouled Maurice Multhaup. A quarter of an hour remained, the Heidenheim Fans raged.

It was spectacular. Gnabry hammered the Ball twice on the crossbar of the Hartmann gate while Denis Thomalla on the other hand, forgave freely standing in front of Ulreich the big chance to 4:5. Quasi in return, finished Lewandowski with his second goal, this time by hand with a penalty, the hopes of the greatly triumphant Heidenheimer.

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annoyed, "We are proud of the performance After the 4:4 I thought: Now we win. Then we would have written history,“ said Heath home Trainer Frank Schmidt. Bavaria's Leon Goretzka took place: "The big finding is that we have got four goals against a second division side. That can't happen.“ (Tsp)

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