Bayern Munich lose points again as Stuttgart snatch a late draw

Bayern Munich dropped points in their third straight Bundesliga game as Stuttgart earned an injury-time penalty to draw 2-2 at the Allianz Arena.

The hosts took the lead in the 36th minute through 17-year-old Mathys Tel, who became Bayern’s youngest-ever top scorer in the Bundesliga.

Stuttgart striker Serhou Guirassy then saw a goal ruled out for a foul in the build-up.

However, the visitors equalized after an hour through Chris Fuhrich, who came on as a substitute – only Bayern quickly regained the lead when Jamal Musiala slipped into the far post.

Guirassy hit the bar and another goal was ruled out by VAR but had the final say in stoppage time.

Referee Christian Dingert checked the pitchside monitor for a late foul by Matthijs De Ligt on the Guinea striker and pointed to the penalty spot, with Guirassy not faulting and giving Stuttgart a point.

Hoffenheim drew level with leaders Bayern after beating Mainz 4-1 with 10 men.

Defender Alexander Hack was sent off late in the first half after VAR upgraded a yellow card to red for a foul, resulting in a penalty – but Andrej Kramaric missed.

The Croatian striker restored Hoffenheim’s lead early in the second half, with Grischa Promel and Munas Dabour also on the arch. Although Dominik Kohr scored a late consolation goal, Hoffenheim defender Pavel Kaderabek added a fourth in added time.

Elsewhere on Saturday, RB Leipzig defeated Borussia Dortmund 3-0 to give new coach Marco Rose a win in his first game in charge against his former club.

Wolfsburg secured their opening Bundesliga win after beating Eintracht Frankfurt 1-0, while Schalke beat bottom team Bochum 3-1 to earn their first win of their own, leaving the visitors without a point. Hertha Berlin and Bayer Leverkusen drew 2-2.

Barcelona prevailed 4-0 in Cádiz, where LaLiga play was halted in the final stages following a medical emergency in the stands.

Cadiz goalkeeper Jeremias Ledesma brought a defibrillator into the stands where a supporter was being treated by medics (Jose Breton/AP)


Frenkie De Jong put Barca ahead early in the second half before Robert Lewandowski – who started on the bench ahead of the stark Champions League clash with his ex-club Bayern Munich – doubled the lead from close range.

With about 10 minutes to go, the game was stopped due to a medical emergency in the stands, which saw the players sent off.

The game finally resumed just after 9pm local time, with late goals from Ansu Fati and Ousmane Dembele as Barca moved ahead over Read Madrid.

Jose Carmona scored twice in the first half as Sevilla won 3-2 at Espanyol to finally claim a La Liga win.

The visitors ended the game with 10 men after former Tottenham midfielder Erik Lamela was sent off late.

In Saturday’s late game, Atletico Madrid overtook Celta Vigo 4-1 while Rayo Vallecano had previously beaten Valencia 2-1.

Giacomo Raspadori’s late goal propelled Napoli to the top of Serie A with a 1-0 win over Spezia.

AC Milan sent off Portuguese striker Rafael Leao early in the second half in Sampdoria but emerged 2-1 winners from an Olivier Giroud penalty to draw level with Napoli on 14 points.

Marcelo Brozovic scored just a minute from time as Inter Milan beat Torino 1-0 at the San Siro.

Neymar’s first-half goal was enough to give Paris St Germain a 1-0 home win over Brest to continue their unbeaten start.

Brest missed the chance to equalize in the second half when Islam Slimani saw his penalty saved by Gianluigi Donnarumma.

Marseille moved up to second place after beating Lille 2-1 to secure their fifth straight league win. Bayern Munich lose points again as Stuttgart snatch a late draw

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