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Sehrou Guirassy scored a stoppage-time penalty as VfB Stuttgart held FC Bayern Munich to a third successive Bundesliga draw.

Guirassy scored his fifth Bundesliga goal, but first since 10 December 2017 (for Cologne).

Three straight draws for Bayern. That’s the first time they’ve gone three league matches without a win for four years! Stuttgart were superb.

FC Bayern are three Bundesliga games without a win for the first time since Matchdays 5 to 7 of 2018/19.

FC Bayern lacked their usual fluidity as Julian Nagelsmann made six changes to the team that beat Inter Milan 2-0 in the UEFA Champions League in midweek. Stuttgart were close to taking advantage, but Waldemar Anton could not get his head on a Borna Sosa free-kick. That was all the warning Bayern needed as Mathys Tel and Serge Gnabry forced Florian Muller into a superb double save. Tel then became Bayern’s youngest Bundesliga scorer, the 17-year-old applying a smart finish to Alphonso Davies’ left-wing cross.

Tel scored his second Bayern goal, a fortnight after becoming the club’s youngest ever scorer in all competitions with his effort in the DFB Cup.

Stuttgart came out swinging as Guirassy had a goal ruled out for a Chris Fuhrich foul in the build-up. Fuhrich equalised soon after with a thunderous finish in at Manuel Neuer’s near-post, but parity lasted barely three minutes. Jamal Musiala carved out an opening on the edge of the box, and arrowed low and hard into the far bottom corner.

Musiala is Bayern’s top scorer this season with four goals.

The teenager put a goal on a plate for Serge Gnabry moments later, but Muller prevailed in the one-on-one. Guirassy struck the crossbar and had another effort ruled out upon VAR review, before sinking a last-gasp penalty after being caught late by Matthijs de Ligt.


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