Result: Hertha Berlin 2-2 Bayern Munich
Date: 01 October 2017
Bayern Munich threw away a two-goal lead for the second straight Bundesliga game as they drew 2-2 with Hertha Berlin.
The Bavarians were playing the first match under interim coach Willy Sagnol after Carlo Ancelotti was sacked during the week,
The visitors broke the deadlock after 10 minutes as Mats Hummels headed home Jerome Boateng's cross.
Hertha were then awarded a penalty by the referee after 17 minutes, but the decision was over-turned by the Video Assistant Referee.
Kalou nealry brought the home side level in the 33rd minute but Sven Ulreich produced a good save to deny the Ivorian.
Bayern had a couple more half chances in the closing stages of the first half, but they went into the break leading by the one goal.
The visitors doubled their lead four minutes into the second half when Robert Lewandowski scored a fine individual effort.
Hertha hit back two minutes later Duda turned home Haraguchi's cross after the Bayern defence went to sleep.
Kalou then brought the home side level on 56 minutes with a composed finish in the box after being picked out by Rekik.
Bayern were dealt a blow in the 63rd minute when Franck Ribery was forced off with an injury and replaced by Kingsley Coman.
Lewandowski nearly restored Bayern's lead in the 79th minute but his half-volley sailed wide of the post.
The Bundesliga champions threw everything forward in the closing stages, but were unable to get a winning goal and had to settle for a point.