Bayern Munich escaped defeat at home in front of modest guest Armenia Bielefeld (3-3) in the meeting that took place between them on Monday, in the 21st round of the German Football League.
Armenia Bielefeld advanced with two goals without response in the first half, bearing the signatures of the Dutch Michel Flapp and German Amos Bieber in the two minutes (9 and 37), respectively.
Polish star Robert Lewandowski reduced the difference to the Bavarian giants in the 48th minute, but after one minute, Austrian Christian Gebauer scored the third goal for the guests.
And then Bayern Munich equalized by scoring two successive goals through its players, Frenchman Corentin Tolisso and Canadian Alfonso Davis in the two minutes (57 and 70), respectively.
Bayern Munich, crowned the world club champion last Friday in Qatar, settled with a point orphan after this draw, raising its score to 49 points, and tops the “Bundesliga” standings.
Meanwhile, Armenia Bielefeld raised its score to 18 points, and is ranked 16th on the league standings ladder.