Bayern fall at Hoffenheim to lose lengthy unbeaten run

Treble winners Bayern Munich turned in a tired performance on Sunday to lose 4-1 at Hoffenheim in the Bundesliga and end their unbeaten run at 32 competitive games.Bayern had won their last 23 outings but found themselves two down to Ermin Bicakcic’s header and Munas Dabbur’s chip before Joshua Kimmich cut the deficit late in the first half. Andrej Kramaric sealed victory in the second half and completed the rout with an injury-time penalty.Robert Lewandowski was one of a handful of players benched after Thursday’s Super Cup win over Sevilla in Budapest but even his introduction could not turn…

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