Bayern Munich was beaten 5-0 and moved away from a record of the River Machine

Bayern Munich suffered one of the worst defeats in their history this Wednesday – and the most bulky for the German Cup – and were eliminated in the 16th final when they lost an unexpected 5-0 against Borussia Monchenglädbach.

Consequently, the almighty German cast will not be able to reach – at least immediately – the world record for consecutive games scoring at least one goal that River has had since the 1930s.

The famous “Machine” of Muñoz, Moreno, Pedernera, Labruna and Loustau reached the number of 96 matches in a row scoring goals between 1936 and 1939, and Bayern had 85 matches scoring … They were missing 11, a number that seemed accessible to the current leader of the German Bundesliga, in which he has 33 goals in nine dates.

Bayern had all its figures – he informed Neuer; Pavard, Upamecano, Hernández, Davies; Goretzka, Kimmich; Gnabry, Müller, Sané; Lewandowski- but he was surprised by a local team as inspired as it was unexpected, which prevailed with conquests from the French Emmanuel Koné (at 2 minutes), the Algerian Ramy Bensebaini (at 15 and 21, from a penalty) and the Swiss Breel Embolo (at 51 and 57).

For its part, Bayer Leverkusen, with Exequiel Palacios and without Lucas Alario, lost 2-1 at home to Second Division Karlsruher and also said goodbye to the competition.


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