Two injuries and a historic defeat… a new downfall for Bayern Munich before facing Real Madrid

Bayern Munich suffered a historic defeat at the hands of its host Stuttgart 3-1 at the MHP Arena, in the match of the 32nd round of the German League competitions.

Stuttgart took the lead through Stereo before Harry Kane equalized from the penalty spot, then Jeong and Silas scored the victorious goals for the South Club in the 83rd and 93rd minutes.

The history of this defeat lies in the fact that it is the first defeat suffered by Bayern Munich at Stuttgart since 2007, and it is also the end of a series of 11 consecutive wins there.

In general, this is the second victory for the South Club over the Bavarian club in the past decade after a single victory, which was in 2018 with a score of 4-1 in the Bundesliga.

Bayern’s pain increased after Rafael Guerrero left after only 25 minutes of the match due to a sprained ankle.

Between the two halves of the match, Eric Dier left due to his facial injury and the bleeding he suffered in the first half.

Bayern sporting director Max Eberl confirmed that Guerrero will not be able to participate in the match against Real Madrid on Wednesday in the second leg of the Champions League semi-final due to this injury.

On the other hand, Dier will not face a crisis in playing for the Real Madrid match, and his removal at halftime was a precautionary measure for fear of worsening the injury.

It is noteworthy that Bayern, with this defeat, ignited the struggle with Stuttgart for second place, as Bayern occupies second place with 69 points, only two points behind Sebastian Hoeneß’s squad, with two rounds remaining until the end of the league.