Freiburg strikes the bell at the Allianz Arena and eliminates Bayern in the Cup


Bayern Munich said goodbye to his career in the German Cup on Tuesday after losing against all odds in the quarterfinals held at the Allianz Arena against Freiburg, who came from behind and won 1-2 with a penalty beyond one minute 90.

After making his debut with a great 4-2 victory against Borussia Dortmund and regaining the leadership of the Bundesliga, Thomas Tuchel was looking for a ticket to the semifinals of the cup tournament in his second game, but this eluded him for the third season in a row.

Bayern will not add the cup title this year either, which has resisted it since 2020, and it did so after losing 2-1 to a good Freiburg, current runner-up, fourth in the Bundesliga and who had lost by a clear margin during their league visit. 5-0.

The French center-back Upamecano put the Bavarian team ahead with a corner kick, but this was met with a quick reply from Hoefler, which gave way to an even match where the locals were not successful offensively. And when it seemed that an extension would be needed, the referee whistled after minute 90 a penalty by the hands of Musiala that Hoeler did not forgive.

In addition, Eintracht Frankfurt also qualified for the semifinals of this German Cup, which defeated Unión Berlin 2-0, third-placed in the Bundesliga, thanks to two goals between the 11th and 13th minute by French striker Kolo Muani.