Both teams made changes for what was supposed to be a dead rubber of a match, with players such as Rafinha and Javi Martinez coming into the starting eleven for Bayern and Vincent Koziello getting a start for the 2. Bundesliga bound
The first chance would fall to K
The home side squandered yet another chance just after the 20 minute mark, counter attacking from a Bayern corner, Zoller found teammate Marcel Risse who cut inside but could only fire over the bar.
Bayern's best chance of the half came from a Robert Lewandowski header which Tim Horn saved fantastically from point blank range. K
The second half got off to a slow start, but Bayern steadily began to dominate after the introduction of Thiago at half time. Thomas Muller had a shot parried away after the ball had broken to him in the box, but Bayern still weren't creating many clear cut chances despite seeing a lot more of the ball.
Bayern would get the equaliser they deserved around the hour mark after a Rafinha cross towards the back post was headed back across by Muller, and James Rodriguez was on hand to turn the ball home.
Bayern weren't finished there, and two minutes later would take the lead with a smartly worked move down the left hand side. Rafinha worked his way into the box, played the ball across the box to Muller, and with his back to goal he laid the ball off to Lewandowski - who made no mistake from close range. Bayern had turned the game around in just two minutes.
The two quick goals seemed to knock the stuffing out of K
VAR related controversy struck in the 88th minute, with James Rodriguez appearing to bring down Claudio Pizarro in the penalty area, the video replays seemed to show this too, but referee