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Pep Guardiola seriously shaking on the bench of Bayern Munich, in one of the worst matches of the Bundesliga champions.

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After the defeat to Mainz, 1-2, VfB took revenge in front of their fans through an evolution beyond expectations against the Bavarians.

In replaying a match of the 17th round of the Bundesliga, VfB Stuttgart could get at least a point against Bayern, the team that had only two draws before this match, in addition to the 15 wins.

Stuttgart took advantage of Bayern’s poor form, demonstrated in some moments and in victory against Monchengladbach, and Bosnian Ibisevic opened the scoring after 29 minutes, from a suspect off-side position, after a collective error in Bayern’s defense.

VfB’s advantage lasted until the 76th minute when Pizarro scored through a header from Alcantara’s cross.

Last quarter was a thrilling time! The hosts sought the goal of a historic victory and Bayern seemed satisfied with the draw and not rushed to attack. How fortunate often is with the best, Guardiola’s team hit in the last phase of the game and left Stuttgart with all three points.

In the third minute of extra time, Rafinha crossed for Thiago Alcantara and former Barcelona player has saved with a goal the coach who brought him to Bayern.

With 16 wins and 50 points accumulated, Bayern Munich a lead of 13 points from Bayer Leverkusen, the team ranked second in the Bundesliga.


VFB STUTTGART: Ulreich – Sakai (’65 Boka), Schwaab, Rudiger, Rausch – Harnik, Leitner, Khedira, Werner (’86 Traore) – Ibisevic, Abdellaoue (’90+2 Sararer); Coach: Thomas Schneider

BAYERN MUNCHEN: Neuer – Rafinha, Dante, Boateng, Alaba – Lahm – Muller, Thiago Alcantara, Kroos (’59 Mandzukic), Shaqiri (’60 Pizarro) – Gotze (’88 Contento); Coach: Josep Guardiola