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Mönchengladbach sweeps Bayern Munich 5-0 and eliminates them from the tournament

Mönchengladbach sweeps Bayern Munich 5-0 and eliminates them from the tournament

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Borussia Moenchengladbach inflicted a humiliating loss on Bayern Munich, who played in full force, by sweeping them 5-0 on Wednesday in the second round of the German Cup football competition.

This is the heaviest loss for Bayern, who holds the record for the number of titles in the tournament (20), since losing in the quarter-finals of the competition 5-1 to Cologne in 1972.

The Frenchman, Koudio Kone, opened the Monchengladbach Goals Festival (2), before the Algerian Rami Ben Sabaini added a double (15 and 21), and was represented by the Swiss Brill Empolo (51 and 57).

Prior to this match, Bayern had achieved a series of 12 wins in 13 matches in all competitions, and had only lost one league match this season against Eintracht Frankfurt 2-1 on the third of October.

And the Bavarian team had previously been eliminated from the same round of the competition last year, but on penalties against the second-class team, Holstein Kiel.

Prior to that, Bayer Leverkusen was suddenly eliminated from the German Cup by falling 2-1 at home to second-tier club Karlsruhe.

Leverkusen occupies fourth place in the German league standings, but did not have solutions in front of Karlsruhe, who achieved an unexpected victory away from home.

Karlsruhe’s goals were scored by Lucas Quito (3) and South Korean Choi Kyung-Ruk (62), while Dutchman Jeremy Frimpong scored the only goal for Leverkusen (53).

The first match with Leverkusen was witnessed by 16-year-old Spanish striker Iker Bravo, who came from Barcelona during the summer.

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At 16 years, nine months and 15 days old, Bravo became the youngest player in Leverkusen’s history, surpassing teammate Florian Virts.

Previously, defending champion Borussia Dortmund qualified for the third round after winning 2-0 at its guest, Ingolstadt, in the second division, on Tuesday.

In other matches on Wednesday, Bochum qualified for the third round at the expense of Augsburg (5-4) on penalties, after a 2-2 tie in the regular and extra time, and St. Pauli of the second degree at the expense of Dynamo Dresden from the second also with a 3-2 victory after extension.

Union Berlin also qualified at the expense of Waldorf Mannheim of the third class with a 3-1 victory after extension, similar to Hanover of the second class, which beat Fortuna Dusseldorf of the same class with three clean points.

Stuttgart also bid farewell to the competition, losing 0-2 to Cologne.