Bayern's hitman Lewandowski made amends six minutes later with a simple tap-in from three metres after a darting run and cross by right back Joshua Kimmich, who beat the offside trap. Dortmund keeper Roman Buerki made four superb saves in the opening half to deny Thomas Mueller twice, Sebastian Rudy and the evergreen Franck Ribery, who gave his markers a roasting on the left flank. The pace remained unrelenting after the break as Bayern pressed forward but were again punished for squandering several opportunities. Released by strike partner Ousmane Dembele, the elusive Aubameyang slipped through the middle and dinked his shot with the outside of his foot over Ulreich from 13 metres.
Christian Pulisic gives Borussia Dortmund the lead in the DFB Supercup against Bayern Munich! ?? pic.twitter.com/8JYQaxwNZAAugust 5, 2017
? to ?! Bayern win their 2nd straight and record 6th #Supercup after a penalty shootout win over Dortmund. pic.twitter.com/OnsAjvyyAG — ESPN FC (@ESPNFC) August 5, 2017Just when the home fans were ready to start celebrating, an almighty melee ensued in the 88th minute after the ball cannoned off the Dortmund crossbar and Piszczek turned it into his own net after Kimmich got a touch. Dortmund again gained the upper hand during the shootout as Buerki saved Kimmich's shot, but his counterpart Ulreich then denied Sebastian Rode and Bartra to hand Bayern their first trophy of the season.