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Cup Schleswig-Holstein Reg. Man of the Match: Leon Goretzka. With Borussia Monchengladbach the last side to inflict defeat on Bayern, the visitors presented a sizeable obstacle for the title-chasers, but their cause was hampered inside 10 minutes by the loss of Marcus Thuram to injury, which coupled with Alassane Plea's suspension left them without their two main attacking threats.
Mickael Cuisance lashed a volley wide as the hosts looked to assert themselves early on, but Gladbach were unfazed by the early setback as Jonas Hofmann looked to have slotted them into the lead.
The winger latched onto a ball in behind the static Bayern defence and converted past Manuel Neuer, only for VAR to rule the goal out for a marginal offside on 16 minutes.
Sommer was drawn into a brilliant save at point-blank range as Lucas Hernandez was denied from 12 yards on 23 minutes, but the Gladbach goalkeeper was soon the villain of the piece.
The Switzerland international's wayward pass gifted Bayern the opener as year-old Zirkzee pounced on the loose ball to convert into the unguarded net.
They're pushing up to halfway and being caught every single time by a chipped pass and well-timed run by Embolo. Herrmann absolutely batters into Boateng while trying to take a shot and sends him flying.
Looks like he's OK to play on. M onchengladbach have started the better team in the second half, getting forward from the start and 'asking the questions', the majority of which have been 'how hard do I need to overhit this cross to ensure it goes behind for a goal kick?
The answer is: too hard. T he teams are back Elvedi has gone off, Jantschke on in his place. That will be a like for like swap in defence.
I 'd like to know how much discussion went into arranging Owen Hargreaves' broadcasting room. You'd think by now BT Sport could have assembled a mini studio so it looks like he's in the same studio as the other presenters.
Like how Millhouse's dad sleeps in a racecar when his wife leaves him. I really like Monchengladbach, they play fast, attacking football, get stuck in, play without fear, and put a bit of fear in Bayern during that first half.
The second 45 should be great. K immich does really well to protect the ball when passed it short by Cuisance and immediately pressed by two chasing players.
He's a great player. Big fan. G nabry turns a full-back inside and outside and ends up beating himself with quick turns of pace, eventually forcing a cross that comes off a defender and goes out for a goal kick.
A great move by Bayern! Perisic tucks inside, Hernandez overlaps and dinks a chip to the penalty spot.. He powers his header well wide of the far post.
Anything on target was a certain goal. And it's an own goal by Pavard! Some crazy moments in this first half!
Bayern had dispatched Italian giants Juventus over two legs in the quarters before dismantling Barcelona in the semis to set up the first all-German Champions League final.
It was those beatings of Spain's Clasico participants that originally led to the term 'German Clasico'. Despite the Bavarians' dominance of the league, the two draws with BVB had shown how tightly matched the clubs were.
The build-up was dominated by the news that Bayern had confirmed the signing of Dortmund talisman Mario Götze for the new season, but the match still lived up to the billing.
Manuel Neuer had to be at his best in the first half and made a string of big saves to deny a dominant Dortmund.
Despite the pressure, Bayern did still cause problems and Robben forced Roman Weidenfeller into a number of stops of his own.
The second half continued the fast-paced action with Robben and Franck Ribery combining to set up Mario Mandzukic for the opening goal before Dante took down Marco Reus in the box and Ilkay Gündogan levelled from the penalty spot.
Neven Subotic cleared a Müller ball off the line before Robbery combined to lethal effect once again, allowing the Dutchman to knock the ball past Weidenfeller and trickle over the line with just a minute remaining.
It turned into one of the most breathtaking and dramatic finals in Champions League history. Klopp was already a hero in Dortmund for breaking Bayern's stranglehold on the domestic scene, but Heynckes went down in history in Munich.
It was the club's fifth European title and just a week later they beat Stuttgart in the final of the DFB Cup to become the first German team ever to win the treble.
The world had now realised what Germany's top two were capable of and they were now paying attention. Since the season of Klopp's first title, Bayern and Dortmund have met 35 times in nine years across four different competitions.
They have contested three of the last nine DFB Cup finals and met in two other semi-finals. The season-opening Supercup has featured a Klassiker in seven of those years with Bayern winning four to Dortmund's three.
Scroll down to read our full reasoning. It may seem strange to back against a Bayern side who are on a game unbeaten run in the league and on the verge of a 30th title, but that is exactly what I am going to do.
Yes, the statistics for the Bavarians are incredible and another Bundesliga title looks a formality, but they come up against a Gladbach outfit who have caused them problems in recent years and are fighting for a top-four finish.
Gladbach won the reverse fixture back in December, coming from a goal down to win that game, and they have tasted victory in three of the last five meetings with Bayern.
Both players are suspended for the clash. That will place a lot of pressure on the likes of Serge Gnabry, who could miss the game through injury, and Kingsley Coman to provide the goals.