Bayern Munich suffered a defeat in the Bundesliga for the first time since September on Friday.

Borussia Mönchengladbach, which has bothered the German record champion much more often in recent years, was 3-2 too strong.

Bayern lost for the 22nd time in history in Mönchengladbach - the most often of all Bundesliga clubs - and for the fourth time in six games at the Borussia-Park stadium.

'Der Rekordmeister' won only a quarter of all 53 Gladbach-Bayern editions.

Initially, there was nothing wrong for Bayern, which led 0-2 within half an hour.

Top scorer Robert Lewandowski used a penalty kick after twenty minutes and Leon Goretzka doubled the score six minutes later.

Lewandowski's goal was special.

The World Footballer of the Year has already made the twentieth goal in his fourteenth Bundesliga game of the season and is the fifth player after Gerd Müller, Jupp Heynckes, Klaus Ficsher and Ulf Kirsten with at least 182 goals on behalf of one club at the highest German level.

The goals of Lewandowski and Goretzka seemed the prelude to a nice evening for Bayern, but before half time it was 2-2 by two goals from Jonas Hofmann and early in the second half a nice hit by Gladbach midfielder Florian Neuhaus proved fatal.

Bayern suffered its first loss since September 27 last year, when Hoffenheim won 4-1, ending a series of 23 consecutive victories.

Due to the loss at Gladbach, the team of coach Hansi Flick can lose the lead this weekend to RB Leipzig.

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