Get rid Dortmund Bayern Through Penalty Shootout

Get rid Dortmund Bayern Through Penalty Shootout

Munich – Borussia Dortmund successfully advanced to the final of the DFB-Pokal after removing Bayern Munich. Dortmund won on penalties after a 1-1 draw with Bayern for 120 minutes.

The match which took place at the Allianz Arena, Wednesday (29/4) pm dawn, the walk is relatively tight. Despite Bayern win in possession, 65:35, attempts on target that was created both almost equal. Bayern get six attempts on target (of 19 attempts), while Dortmund won four attempts on target (of 10 attempts).

Only three minutes of the game running, Bayern already have chances through a header from Thomas Mueller. However, the German international’s header can still be secured by Dortmund goalkeeper Mitchell Langerak.

In the 15th minute, Mueller returned to threaten the goal through a header Dortmund. This time, he welcomed the corner kick committed by Xabi Alonso. However, his header was not meeting targets.

The new Bayern excel when the game entered the 30th minute. Bitterness to Dortmund, the goal was created by their former striker, Robert Lewandowski.

Lewandowski, who was standing on the right side of defense Dortmund, receiving feedback from the central hull. Not guarded, the Polish striker then dribbled into the penalty box. Lewandowski was the first kick hit the post to the left, but the ball rebounded back dicecarnya and kicks both into the goal.

A minute before the first half ended, Lewandowski could get another chance. However, his shot from outside the box is still rising.

Bayern again get the opportunity through Mueller in the 55th minute. But, again failed. His shot was sideways from Dortmund goalkeeper.

On the other hand, Dortmund coach Juergen Klopp, decided to enter Henrikh Mkhitaryan and pull out Shinji Kagawa. Mkhitaryan then contributed assists for Dortmund equalizing goal position.

In the 75th minute, Jakub Blaszczykowksi send feedback to the left side, where Mkhitaryan stands. Mkhitaryan then release the bait even to the far post, where Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang is waiting. Aubameyang then kicks while gliding.

Aubameyang kick can still be driven by Bayern goalkeeper Manuel Neuer. However, it is clear that the Neuer to block the ball from the goal line. Score was changed to 1-1.

With equally strong position, the game was continued into extra time. Some opportunities could be obtained by Bayern via Mehdi Benatia and Bastian Schweinsteiger. However, none of which resulted in goals.

Meanwhile, Dortmund had to play with 10 men after Kevin Kampl get a second yellow card in the 108th minute after breaking Schweinsteiger.

With it 1-1 for 120 minutes, the game was continued to penalties. Bad luck for Bayern, four kicker they none were successful.

Meanwhile, two of the three Dortmund kicker kicks execute them well.

The first kicker Bayern, Philipp Lahm, slipped and his shot failed. Likewise with the second kicker Bayern, Xabi Alonso, who also slipped so kick wide.

Instead, the two first kicker Dortmund, Ilkay Guendogan and Sebastian Kehl, a penalty fine. Dortmund 2-0 in the round of penalty kicks.

Bayern third kicker, Mario Goetze, also failed. His shot is cleared by Langerak. Similarly, the third kicker Dortmund, Mats Hummels, who also missed a penalty fine.

Bayern hand over their destiny into the hands of the goalkeeper, Neuer. However, Neuer kick hit the crossbar so that Dortmund came out as the winner.

Penalty Shootout


Lahm – failed
Xabi – failed
Goetze – failed
Neuer – failed


Guendogan – successful
Kehl – success
Hummels – failed

Team Line-up

Bayern Munich: Neuer, Benatia, Rafinha, Boateng, Xabi, Lahm, Thiago (Robben 68, Goetze 84), Bernat, Weiser, Mueller (Schweinsteiger 76), Lewandowski.

Borussia Dortmund: Langerak, Hummels, Vasilis, Schmelzer, Durm, Bender (Kehl 91), Guendogan, Blaszczykowski (Kampl 83), Kagawa (Mkhitaryan 70), Reus, Aubameyang.