Apr 12, 2012, 10:12 AM EDT
This is such a tricky spot for Bayern Munich, now reduced to “watch and hope” as the Munich giant’s Bundesliga hopes, whatever are left, languish in contingency of a Borussia Dortmund collapse.
But they can’t spend too long crying in the Bavarian biergarten over this one. That’s because too many big trophies lie within reach. Well, just two – but two that surely matter.
Then Jupp Heynckes’ storied side can still capture the DFB Cup; Bayern has reached the final, where it will meet Dortmund once again.
For a better look at the ins and outs of yesterday’s thrilling match at the Westfalenstadion, the Guardian’s Raphael Honigstein takes over.
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