The Hertha Berlin midfielder Ondrej Duda managed to penetrate through and scored his 5th super goal yesterday, but the Bundesliga giants, Bayern Munich were unpleasant with a shock of 2-0 away defeat.
Indeed Hertha Berlin was suited to win as captain Vedad Ibisevic spilled off a great penalty before Slovakia’s Duda rounded up a very attractive and impressive second goal just before the half-time.
Bayern Munich suffers shock defeat at Hertha Berlin.
However, Niko Kovac felt stressed with his first defeat in 9 full games as Bayern’s best coach ahead of Tuesday’s Champions League game.
Putting aside Kraft’s busy schedule in the game than how he was in the first 45 mins, there was more desperacy with Munich’s play, and Hertha Belrlin gained an advantage and moved towards the closing 15 minutes.
Bayern Munich’s being upset and uncomfortable, they were sometimes visible, and they couldn’t attack through Hertha’s that indeed put a shock defeat in between.
Don’t forget that it’s Bayern’s first time to find themselves beaten 2-0 ever since last year in November after loosing 2-1 at Borussia Moenchengladbach.
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