Yet Hertha needed just five minutes in the second half to level through goals by Ondrej Duda, after a sensational solo run past four players from Genki Haraguchi, and Salomon Kalou. The result left Bayern, who fired Italian Ancelotti a day after their 3-0 Champions League group stage loss at Paris St Germain, in second place on 14 points, five off leaders Borussia Dortmund who beat Augsburg 2-1 on Saturday.
Robert Lewandowski has now scored 38 goals in 40 Bundesliga games since the start of last season.One of the best in the business. ?♂️ pic.twitter.com/poUQjQPgDh — Squawka Football (@Squawka) October 1, 2017
There was more bad news for Bayern with winger Franck Ribery taken off injured after he turned his left knee. "Franck is in serious pain. We hope it is nothing bad but it does not look good," said Bayern sports director Hasan Salihamidzic.
"@FCBayernEN are no longer the strongest team in Germany"Do you agree with interim boss Willy Sagnol's comments? ? https://t.co/2P6m01w1sh pic.twitter.com/Z27oEMnWI5 — Bundesliga English (@Bundesliga_EN) October 1, 2017
Goals galore in the #Bundesliga this weekend (except in Hamburg ?) ⚽️?Happy with you team's result? ? pic.twitter.com/fdj4OnyJIA — Bundesliga English (@Bundesliga_EN) October 1, 2017