The winner Paco Alcacer scored as Bundesliga leaders twice behind the Dortmund Borussia arrived at Bayern Munich 3-2 defense champions on Saturday and clear seven points away from their third competitors.
The golf resulted in pressure on Bayern's head coach, Niko Kovac, as the seventh chance of his first title in his first season was responsible for taking another blast.
"We did ourselves to be beaten twice on the counter, that should not happen," said Kovac.
"We should have been more concise and unfortunately we lost a game that should have been pulling," he added after Robert Lewandowski had two second half goals without allowing him away from the side.
Bayern has now been beaten in three of the last six Bundesliga games after being defeated by Hertha Berlin and Borussia Moenchengladbach, managing only eight last points of the 21st available.
They will leave fourth in the table on Sunday if RB Leipzig will beat Bayer Leverkusen at home.
Lucien Favre's Dortmund is still untreated and four clear points from Gladbach are re-mounted at the top of the table.
After Lewandowski twice put Bayern ahead in Signal Iduna Park against his ex-club, Captain Dortmund, Marco Reus, hit two equal before Alcacer hit at the 73 minutes.
"We did not trust ourselves in the first half, but we played a great football after the break and it was great fun," said Reus.
Alcacer has now scored eight goals in six league appearances since signing on loan from Barcelona.
Bayern took a deserving guide when Serge Gnabry fought in front of Lewandowski to force a headline in the past, by Dortmund's goalkeeper, Marwin Hitz, on 26 minutes.
It was 1-0 during the break, but Dortmund came at a level when Manuel Neuer came to Reus down in the area in the 49 minute minute and over the slavery silently.
Lewandowski restored the three minutes later, going home second – his 14th goal in 16 games for Bayern against Dortmund, who left in 2014 for free transfer.
Reus had an opportunity to clear off the line at 59 minutes, just before Lewandowski had the ball in the numbers of Dortmund, but was set out for the outside.
– Time finish –
It was end up as Alcacer, then Reus beat golden chances before both made their goals reform.
Finally, Reus dropped Dortmund level when he moved home to the Lukasz Piszczek cross in the 67 minutes.
Then, when Franck Ribery gave the ball away, Alcacer showed some classic finish by rounding Neuer to give Dortmund on for the first time.
Bayern kept her pressure over five minutes of extra time.
Lewandowski had the ball in the net for a fourth time, but again the banner came off for the lovely edge of home fans in the crowd out of 81,365.
"This was a crazy game, a great ad for the Bundesliga and the victory was not defensive," said Favre, Dortmund's manager.
– Folding hats –
Earlier, Alassane Plea scored a fast hep-turning for Gladbach re-let, which is three points ahead of Bayern, in their 3-1 win at Werder Bremen.
Plaa took only 13 minutes to apply for her hats to leave her level at eight goals at the top of the swap charts along with Alcacer and Lewandowski.
Hosts Bremen has suffered their third league game straight away to leave further back in the title race to sit seventh.
A man of men, Hertha Berlin, who likes Bremen has seen their title aspirations fall apart, loses to defeat 4-1 in Fortuna Duesseldorf finds it hard after I & # 39; The winner Maximilian Mittelstaedt was sent for two yellow cards in the first half.
However, Fortuna stays second from the bottom after VFB Stuttgart has also claimed a victory as the defenseist Timo Baumgartl and the referee Erik Thommy scored in a 2-0 win in Nuremberg.
84-year-old Reiss Nelson scored in England, a 84-minute winner as Hoffenheim built on his 2-2 team in Lyon in the Champions League in the middle of the game with a 2-1 home win for Augsburg.
Nelson, lent by Arsenal, settled the issue with a sixth goal in seven league games just two minutes after coming on.
Mainz is up to the ninth after they support last weekend winning over Bremen with a 3-1 victory in Freiburg.
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Published First: November 11, 2018 09:13 IST