Holstein Kiel has caused a huge stunt in the second round of the DFB-Pokal on Wednesday.

The number three of the Second Bundesliga settled with Bayern Munich after penalties.

In Italy, Internazionale reached the quarter-finals of the Coppa Italia.

The team of coach Antonio Conte won 1-2 at Fiorentina after extension and meets AC Milan in the last eight.

Serge Gnabry opened the score for Bayern Munich at Holstein Kiel in the fourteenth minute from a rebound.

Eight minutes before half time, the home team surprisingly came alongside via a goal from Fin Bartels.

Shortly after the break, Leroy Sané gave Bayern the lead again from a free kick.

The visitors seemed on their way to victory, but in stoppage time Hauke ​​Wahl pulled out an extension for Kiel.

There was no score, so penalty kicks had to make the decision.

Both teams use the first five penalties, after which Marc Roca missed on behalf of Bayern.

Bartels then led Holstein Kiel to the eighth finals.

At Bayern, Robert Lewandowski, among others, started on the bench.

The Pole came in fifteen minutes before time.

Joshua Zirkzee stayed on the bench at 'Der Rekordmeister' throughout the game.

In the eighth finals Holstein Kiel plays against SV Darmstadt, the current number thirteen of the Second Bundesliga.

Darmstadt already settled with Dynamo Dresden (0-3) last month.

Inter celebrates Arturo Vidal's opening goal.

Inter celebrates Arturo Vidal's opening goal.

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Inter meets AC Milan in Coppa Italia

In Italy, Arturo Vidal Internazionale took the lead against Fiorentina five minutes before the break from a penalty kick.

Early in the second half, Christian Kouamé took care of the equalizing goal.

A few minutes later, Stefan de Vrij came on for Inter.

In the remainder of the regular playing time, no more runs were scored, which meant an extension had to be made.

The game seemed to be heading for a penalty shootout, but in the 119th minute Romelu Lukaku gave Inter the win with a header.

In the quarter-finals, Inter will face city rivals AC Milan later this month.

The 'Rossoneri' dealt with Torino on Tuesday after penalties.

Napoli was too strong for Empoli at home, 3-2.

Giovanni Di Lorenzo and former PSV player Hirving Lozano gave the home team the lead twice, but Nedim Bajrami restored the balance each time.

Fifteen minutes before the end, Andrea Petagna still helped Napoli to the win.

In the last eight, Napoli will play against the winner of the meeting between AS Roma and Spezia.

That match is scheduled for Tuesday in Rome.

Napoli celebrates Andrea Petagna's winning goal.

Napoli celebrates Andrea Petagna's winning goal.

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