By Sportgister Ng
Serhou Guirassy earned a point for Stuttgart with an added-time penalty as Bayern Munich drew their third consecutive Bundesliga game.
Guirassy found the top corner in the 92nd minute as Bayern goalkeeper Manuel Neuer remained rooted to the spot.
Seventeen-year-old Mathys Tel opened the scoring to become Bayern’s youngest Bundesliga goalscorer.Chris Fuhrich equalised for the visitors before Jamal Musiala handed Bayern the lead for a second time.
The 19-year-old’s fourth league goal of the season looked as if it would secure a first league win in three league games for the hosts, before Guirassy was brought down in the area by Matthijs de Ligt.
The forward opened his Stuttgart account as the side move up to 13th in the table, while unbeaten Bayern remain top with Freiburg level on points with a game in hand.
Dream Starts For Rose
RB Leipzig stunned Borussia Dortmund 3-0 on Saturday with goals from Willi Orban, Dominik Szoboszlai and Amadou Haidara to seal a morale-boosting victory and ensure a winning debut for new coach Marco Rose.
Rose replaced Domenico Tedesco earlier this week after a bad start to the league season and a 4-1 loss at home to Shakhtar Donetsk in the Champions League this week.
It was a dream result for Rose against his former club Dortmund, who he guided to a second-place finish last season before being sacked in May.
The hosts, who travel to Real Madrid in the Champions League next week, did not have to wait long for a goal with Orban’s header from a sixth-minute corner.– Leipzig should have scored again through Timo Werner and Szoboszlai before the Hungary international made amends, drilling in his side’s second goal with a long-range missile into the top corner on the stroke of halftime.
There was far too little from the visitors as Dortmund, who face Manchester City in the Champions League next week, failed to muster a single shot on target throughout.
Instead it was Leipzig who scored again through Amadou Haidara in the 84th minute after more sloppy defending from Dortmund.– Leipzig move up to eight points in 10th place while Dortmund drop to fourth with 12 points.
Bayern Munich are also top on 12, with Freiburg, also on 12 points, facing Borussia Monchengladbach on Sunday