Germany’s top two sides played out the game of the season as Bayern Munich came from behind to beat RB Leipzig 5-4.
Leipzip were leading 4-2 after 65 minutes, but an awesome final 25 minutes saw Bayern seal one of the season’s finest comebacks with three goals in the final 10 minutes, including two deep in injury-time.
Leipzig went in at half-time leading 2-1, with Yussuf Poulsen and Timo Werner scoring each side of Thiago Alcantara’s header to double the score in the second-half.
But it all went pair-shaped for RB in the final 10 minutes, with Robert Lewandowski slotting home a deflected shot from Robben.
And then cue absolute scenes inside the Red Bull Arena as a wonderful free-kick from David Alaba on the fourth minute of stoppage-time was followed up by a classic Arjen Robben charge down the right-wing to score the winner.
It ain’t over ’til it’s over.
Of course, the game meant absolutely nothing to either side, with Bayern already this season’s title winners.
And Leipzig – who ran them pretty close at one point earlier in the year – remain second in the table, but a whole 13 points behind their lofty opponents.
What’s more, Ancelotti’s side became the first Bundesliga side to score EIGHT goals after the 90th minute in a season.
They love a late one, don’t they?