Bayern Munich on Friday night, suffered their fourth defeat in 60 games, as they blew away their 2-0 lead to fall 2-3 to Borussia Monchengladbach.
The Hansi Flick’s managed side, who have been in a sleek form for more than a dozen game, let themselves down on Friday, with Monchengladbach fighting back for an important win.
Bayern first went ahead in the game with a Robert Lewandowski penalty and a 20-yard Leon Goretzka effort seemed to put the champions in control. But Jonas Hofmann got Borussia Monchengladbach back level with two finishes from Lars Stindl’s passes.
Florian Neuhaus then smashed home a brilliant winner three minutes after the break for the seventh-placed hosts.
Two of Flick’s four losses in his Treble-winning 14 months as Bayern boss have come against Gladbach.
Bayern remains top of the German top flight but RB Leipzig could overtake them with victory over fourth-placed Borussia Dortmund on Saturday.