Bundesliga leaders Bayern Munich suffered a shock 2-1 loss at Augsburg who struck twice towards the run of play within the first half to grab a memorable victory in Friday’s Bavarian derby.
Objectives from Mads Pedersen and Andre Hahn within the twenty third and thirty sixth minutes put the hosts within the driving seat, earlier than Robert Lewandowski pulled a objective again within the thirty eighth, as Augsburg earned their third win in 21 Bundesliga matches towards Bayern.
The outcome leaves Bayern prime of the desk on 28 factors however second-placed Borussia Dortmund, on 24, can be trying to lower the hole once they host VfB Stuttgart on Saturday.
With Thomas Muller taking part in his 600th recreation for the Munich membership in all competitions, however Joshua Kimmich out once more for per week in COVID-19 quarantine after contact with an contaminated particular person, Bayern had greater than 75 per cent possession at the beginning.
However Augsburg caught the guests with a sucker punch when Pedersen powered house a low shot for his maiden Bundesliga objective.
With Bayern, who journey to Dynamo Kyiv within the Champions League subsequent week, struggling to create possibilities, Augsburg struck once more. Bayern misplaced possession in their very own half and Hahn rose larger than the defence to move in an ideal Iago cross.
The celebrations of the house followers had been dampened two minutes later when Bundesliga prime scorer Lewandowski scored his 14th league objective from a Muller help to chop the deficit.
However Augsburg remained disciplined in defence after the break and appeared snug as they soaked up the Bayern stress.
The guests didn’t have many possibilities regardless of dominating possession however got here shut when Alphonso Davies’ low shot within the 73rd flew simply vast of the publish earlier than Augsburg goalkeeper Rafal Gikiewicz then denied Lewandowski from shut vary.