Holstein Kiel Knocked out Bayern Munich in German Cup | Momentum One Day Cup

Holstein Kiel vs Bayern
Before crashing out of the German Cup 6-5, Bayern Munich gave up a one-goal lead twice on penalties to second-tier Holstein Kiel on Wednesday after a 2-2 draw in the second-round game after extra time.

Before Bayern's Marc Roca had his effort saved and Fin Bartels slotted in the winning penalty, both sides converted all five spot-kicks.

In the 14th minute, the Bavarians went ahead through Serge Gnabry and Thomas Mueller could have doubled the lead when he shot from three meters out over the counter.

With their most goals conceded after 15 games in the league since 1981, the champions' defence has been leaking throughout the season, and when Bartels beat defender Niklas Suele in a sprint to score, Kiel struck on the break in the 37th minute.

Bayern coach Hansi Flick remained vulnerable at the back of the team on Saturday, despite making five changes to the squad that squandered a two-goal lead to lose 3-2 at Borussia Moenchengladbach in the Bundesliga on Saturday.

Bayern went forward again through Leroy Sane's 48th-minute curled free-kick but gave the hosts many good opportunities, who discovered ways past their opponents' weak backline.

Bayern, who won five Champions League titles in 2020, hit the woodwork through Jamal Musiala before the hosts hit Hauke Wahl's last-gasp header to send the game into extra time.

Kiel, who face Darmstadt 98 next, maintained their cool in the shootout to knock out Bayern for the first time since 2000 at this stage of the German Cup.