Signal Iduna Park, Dortmund, Germany
88′ Piszczek (OG)
Bayern Munich win 5-4 on penalties.
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FT: The result means that Bayern Munich win a record sixth Supercup, one more than Borussia Dortmund.
FT: So Marc Bartra misses the crucial penalty in sudden-death to hand the DFL-Supercup to Bayern Munich.
Bartra is denied by Ulreich, who guesses right to win the DFL-Supercup. 4-5
Süle fires home into the top-corner. 4-5
Castro fires home, sending Ulreich the wrong way. 4-4
Vidal fires home, sending Bürki the wrong way. 3-4
Rode is denied by Ulreich, who guesses right. 3-3
Rudy fires home into the top-corner. 3-3
Aubameyang fires home to put Dortmund ahead. 3-2
Kimmich is denied by Bürki, who guesses right. 2-2
Philipp fires home, sending Ulreich the wrong way. 2-2
Ribéry fires home into the top-corner. 1-2
Dembélé fires home into the far-corner past Ulreich. 1-1
Penalties: Lewandowski sends Bürki the wrong way to put Bayern ahead. 0-1
FT: So will it be Dortmund or Bayern Munich to win the Supercup? Join us again for the shootout.
FT: The Bavarians created some good chances and went close when Tolisso was found by Ribéry, but the youngster’s effort was straightforward for Bürki before Kimmich fired the ball home via a double deflection off Piszczek and Bürki. Coman then surged forward before testing Bürki.
FT: The hosts created some good chances and found the net through Aubameyang after a swift break before Şahin tested Ulreich with a freekick.
FT: So Bayern snatch a late equaliser to set-up a penalty-shootout.
90’+4′ The referee blows his whistle to bring the match to an end and send the game to penalties.
90’+3′ Coman is caught offside.
90’+3′ Passlach is booked for a foul.
90’+1′ Close!! Coman surges forward before firing an effort at-goal that Bürki saves comfortably.
90′ Lewandowski is penalised for a foul on Papastathopoulos.
90′ There will be four additional minutes.
89′ Final Borussia Dortmund change sees Pulisic replaced by Maximilian Philipp.
88′ Goal!! The delivery is headed against the underside of the bar by Lewandowski before an almighty scramble sees Kimmich fire the ball home via a double ricochet off Piszczek and Bürki.
86′ Passlach is penalised for a foul.
85′ Rode is booked for a late challenge on Vidal.
84′ Vidal heads wide from a Hummels cross.
83′ Vidal wins a freekick after a foul from Papastathopoulos.
83′ Final Bayern Munich change sees Renato Sanches replace Tolisso.
80′ The delivery is met by Vidal but Dortmund clear the danger.
80′ Coman wins a corner.
76′ First Borussia Dortmund change sees Zagadou replaced by Felix Passlack.
75′ Close!! Şahin curls the freekick over the wall but Ulreich makes a comfortable save.
74′ Vidal is penalised for a late foul on Pulisic and is fortunate to escape a second booking.
73′ Vidal is booked for a foul on Şahin.
71′ Goal!! Dembélé sends Aubameyang through on-goal and the striker chips Ulreich to put Dortmund ahead.
68′ Lewandowski is booked for a late challenge on Papastathopoulos.
68′ Ribéry is penalised for a foul.
66′ Second Bayern Munich change sees Kingsley Coman replace Müller.
64′ Chance!! Ribéry finds the unmarked Tolisso with a fine cross-field pass but the midfielder’s effort is tame and Bürki makes a straightforward save.
62′ Dembélé’s corner is cleared before Rode is penalised for a foul.
61′ Pulisic wins a corner.
60′ The corner is cleared before Castro fires an effort wide from-range.
60′ Rafinha concedes a corner.
59′ First Bayern Munich change sees Niklas Süle replace Martínez due to an injury.
57′ Şahin curls the freekick just over the bar.
56′ Rode wins a freekick in a good position after a foul from Tolisso.
55′ The corner comes to nothing.
54′ Ribéry wins a corner.
53′ Rafinha is penalised for a foul.
52′ Zagadou is booked for a flailing-arm on Tolisso.
52′ Bartra wins a freekick after a foul from Lewandowski.
49′ Lewandowski is penalised for a foul on Piszczek.
48′ Pulisic wins a freekick after a foul from Kimmich.
48′ Vidal is penalised for a foul on Rode.
47′ Dembélé miscues an ambitious volley wide.
45′ Borussia Dortmund get the second-half underway.
45′ During the interval Borussia Dortmund make their first change with Sebastian Rode replacing Dahoud.
HT: So will Dortmund find the next goal or will Bayern frustrate the hosts and win the match? Join us again for the second-half.
HT: Bayern have spurned a number of good chances and will be hoping to be more clinical in front of goal in order to find more goals. A rare lapse in concentration was capitalised on by the hosts, who will be eager to make the Bavarians rue their missed opportunities. Dortmund have been exposed on a few occasions themselves and are fortunate that their opponents haven’t taken further advantage. They will have to be at their best defensively in the second-half and need to get Aubameyang more involved, the striker has been deprived of service thus far but should he be found, he will most certainly pose Bayern a huge threat.
HT: Bayern Munich created some good chances and went close when Lewandowski fired an effort just over the bar before Ribéry forced Bürki into a fine save after cutting-inside. Lewandowski then levelled the scores after tapping home from a Kimmich cross before Müller forced Bürki into a fine save on the volley. Müller then headed a Kimmich cross against the post with Bürki well-beaten before Tolisso headed wide after getting ahead of Zagadou to meet a Ribéry cross. Rudy then forced Bürki into a fine save from-range, following a corner.
HT: Borussia Dortmund created some good chances and went close when Şahin fired an effort just wide from-range via a deflection before Pulisic dispossessed Martínez to slot home. Castro then went close when his back-heeled-volley forced Ulreich into a fine save.
HT: So we’re level at the break with a goal apiece.
45’+1′ The referee blows his whistle to bring the first 45 minutes to an end.
45’+1′ Ribéry fires an effort wide from-range.
45′ There will be one additional minute.
43′ Müller is caught offside.
42′ Close!! The corner eventually sees Müller teeing-up Rudy, who fires an effort at-goal that Bürki parries before Müller is caught offside.
41′ Papastathopoulos concedes a corner.
38′ Chance!! A Ribéry cross is met by Tolisso, who gets ahead of Zagadou to head just wide.
34′ So close!! Kimmich finds Müller with a cross that the midfielder heads against the post with Bürki well-beaten.
32′ Dembélé wins a freekick after a foul from Vidal.
31′ The corner comes to nothing.
30′ Close!! Ribéry digs out a cross to find Müller, whose instinctive-volley is palmed away by Bürki before the hosts clear the danger behind.
27′ Aubameyang is caught offside.
24′ Papastathopoulos wins a freekick after a foul from Ribéry.
23′ Chance!! A fine cross from Dembélé is met by Castro with a back-heeled-volley that Ulreich saves well.
23′ Müller is caught offside.
20′ The corner is eventually dealt with by Dortmund.
20′ Vidal wins a corner.
18′ Goal!! Kimmich is played onside and sends a teasing delivery across the face of goal for the waiting Lewandowski, who taps home.
16′ Papastathopoulos is booked for a flailing arm on Lewandowski.
14′ Close!! Ribéry cuts-inside to curl an effort at-goal that Bürki tips behind. Vidal is adjudged to have been offside, however.
12′ Goal!! Pulisic dispossesses Martínez deep in his own half and the American surges forward before slotting home past Ulreich.
11′ Dahoud is penalised for a foul on Vidal.
10′ Close!! Lewandowski latches onto a fine cross-field pass from Müller to fire an effort just over the bar.
8′ Lewandowski is caught offside.
6′ Müller is caught offside.
3′ Pulisic wins a freekick.
3′ Lewandowski wins a freekick.
2′ The corner comes to nothing as the referee spots an infringement.
2′ Close!! Şahin fires an effort just wide from-range via a deflection.
0′ Bayern Munich get the game underway
Borussia Dortmund: Roman Bürki (GK), Dan-Axel Zagadou, Marc Bartra, Sokratis Papastathopoulos, Łukasz Piszczek, Mahmoud Dahoud, Nuri Şahin, Gonzalo Castro, Christian Pulisic, Ousmane Dembélé, Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang
FC Bayern Munich: Sven Ulreich (GK), Rafinha, Mats Hummels, Javi Martínez, Joshua Kimmich, Arturo Vidal, Sebastian Rudy, Corentin Tolisso, Franck Ribéry, Thomas Müller, Robert Lewandowski