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suffered a second-round defeat at Bayern

Freiburg, with Sallai Roland, lost 3-1 to Union Berlin in the German Cup in the top 32 in a home run, making the capital team the eighth final. The Hungarian team spent 62 minutes in the starting lineup, leaving their team with two goals in the final five minutes. Bayern Munich had long been at a disadvantage against second-class VfL Bochum but were ahead of the early stages.

Thomas Müller's goal advances for Bayern Munich (Photo: AFP)


The biggest surprise of the round so far was fourth-class Saarbrücken, who knocked out the first FC Köln – all five goals from a 3-2 home win were scored in the second half.


Bayern Munich joined Neuer – Kimmich, Pavard, J. Boateng, Davies – Thiago Alcántara, Tolisso, Goretzka, Perisic, Coman – Gnabry at 16th place in the second class. Most of the visitors' lead came on 36 minutes, but the shot went straight into the keeper's arms. Danny Blum fired from the left with a real cannonball About Alphonso Davies knocked on his own gate (1-0).

The overwhelming Bochummers kept up well, with Niko Kovac kicking out bankers like Robert Lewandowski, Thomas Müller and Philippe Coutinho in the first half of the second half. Thus, the Bavarian offensive game picked up in the 83rd minute Serge Gnabry tied, and five minutes later he was put at a disadvantage by the bands of second league Bella Kotchap.

In the penultimate minute of regular time, Kingsley Coman made a right pass and kicked a leech in the middle. Thomas Müller, who near the neck tied Bayern Munich's goal in the net. 2/1

MSV Duisburg (III.) –Hoffenheim 0-2
Freiburg-Union berlin 3/1
Hamburger SV (II.) –VfB Stuttgart (II.) 1-2 after extension
Saarbrücken (IV.)-1. FC Cologne 3–2
VfL Bochum (II.) –Bayern Munchen 2/1
20:45: Arminia Bielefeld (II.) – Schalke
20:45: Darmstadt (II.) – Karlsruher SC (II.)
20:45: Bayer Leverkusen-Paderborn

18:30: Kaiserslautern (III.) – Nuremberg (II.)
18:30: Verl (V.) – Kiel (II.)
18:30: Werder Bremen-Heidenheim (II.)
18:30: Wolfsburg-RB Leipzig (TV: Sport1)
20:45: Borussia Dortmund to Borussia Mönchengladbach (TV: Sport1)
20:45: Düsseldorf-Erzgebirge Aue (II.)
20:45: Hertha-Dresden (II)
20:45: St. Pauli (II.) – Eintracht Frankfurt

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