Bayern Munich host Borussia Dortmund in the second Klassiker of the 2020/21 campaign on Saturday. Ahead of the Matchday 24 showdown at the Allianz Aremãng cầu, remembers five sầu of the best Klassikers of the new millennium...

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5) Borussia Dortmund 3-2 Bayern Munich - MD11, 2018/19

Dortmund had made a blistering, table-topping start to lớn the season and were 90 positive sầu minutes away from equalling a club record of 11 games without defeat when defending champions Bayern came to town on 10 November 2018.

Bayern were four points off the pace after a run of disappointing results the previous month, but made an ominous start. Serge Gnabry was in rampant mood, and after going cthua trận himself, teed up Dortmund old boy Robert Lewandowski for the first of five sầu Klassiker goals.

Dortmund talisman Marteo Reus won and converted a second-half penalty, but parity lasted less than three minutes with the Gnabry-Lewandowski axis cranking into gear once again to lớn restore Bayern"s lead. Lewy would have had a third but for the linesman’s flag, và it proved a key moment in a rip-roaring condemo.

Attacking the 24,000 or so Black-Yellow bricks in the Yellow Wall, Dortmund found a second wind and levelled through captain fantastic Reus. Then came the moment that confirmed BVB"s title-chasing credentials. After Jadon Sanmang lại had dispossessed Franck Ribery in his own half, Axel Witsel sprayed a stunning ball over the top for super sub Pateo Alcacer khổng lồ chase - & chase he did. The Spain striker hot-footed past the Bayern defence to slot past Manuel Neuer và bring up his seventh goal in six appearances (five from the bench!).

Watch: Highlights of a five-goal Klassiker thriller


Lewandowski had a late effort chalked off for another offside decision as the whistle blew on one of the most absorbing games in living memory. So used khổng lồ being the hunted, Bayern were suddenly the ones having khổng lồ vì chưng the hunting.

4) Borussia Dortmund 1-0 Bayern Munich - MD30, 2011/12

The boiling point that thrust Der Klassiker into lớn the spotlight for many football fans across the globe came during Jürren Klopp’s reign at Dortmund. Under the charismatic coach’s "heavy metal football" philosophy, Die Schwarzgelben set the alight with a squad that mixed homegrown talent và exotic signings that had previously flown under the radar. They had won the club’s fourth title in the 2010/11 season và, with five sầu games lớn go in the 2011/12 chiến dịch, Dortmund were leading the standings again - three points ahead of Bayern.

That year’s virtual final was a tense affair. Although Bayern controlled possession, Dortmund had more chances. More importantly, they could rely on the killer instinct of Lewandowski, who broke the deadloông xã in the 77th minute after cheekily deflecting an edge-of-the-box-effort from Kevin Großkreutz with his heel.

In the 86th minute, Dortmund goalkeeper Roman Weidenfeller felled Arjen Robben in the box, gifting the visitors a golden opportunity to cấp độ from the spot. Just when it seemed that Bayern would be able to lớn prolong the title fight, though, Weidenfeller made good on his mistake & saved Robben’s penalty.

Emotions got the better of former Dortmund defender Neven Subotic (r.) in an intense clash with Bayern in April 2012. - 2012 AFP

The Dutchman had another chance lớn equalise from open play shortly after, but when Neven Subotic inadvertently headed against his own bar, Robben skied his attempt khổng lồ force home a close-range rebound. In the end, an ecstatic Dortmund squad celebrated with their fans what surely felt like their second title on the bounce - a sensation that became reality only two matchdays later.

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3) Borussia Dortmund 5-2 Bayern Munich - DFB Cup final, 2011/12

If the league tie that resulted in Dortmund lifting the 2011/12 Meisterschale was the spark that lit Der Klassiker on fire, the 2012 DFB Cup final was the fuel that took the rivalry stratospheric. A week after the had ended, both teams took to the field at Berlin’s Olympiastadion for a high-stakes rematch. With Dortmund’s first-ever domestic double on the line, Bayern approached the game as a chance to reassert their dominance ahead of the UEFA Champions League final against Chelsea in Munich a week later.

Die Schwarzgelben got off lớn a thundering start with Shinji Kagawa netting in the third minute after Jakub Blaszczykowski capitalised on a mistake in Bayern’s defence. Robben equalised from the penalty spot, but Mats Hummels repaid the Bavarians in kind by beating Neuer from 12 yards out. With the lead in their hands, Dortmund pressed on & Lewandowski nutmegged Neuer with a close-range shot lớn make it 3-1 in first-half injury time.

Once upon a time, Lewandowski (r.) was the scourge of Bayern - now it"s Dortmund who have sầu lớn watch their backs. - 2012 AFP

After the break, the Polish goal machine continued khổng lồ steal the spotlight with an inspired performance. In the 58th minute, he was once again allowed lớn shoot from inside the box & punished Bayern with his second goal of the night. Ribery reduced the deficit with a magical solo effort that made it 4-2, but any hopes of a comebachồng were soon dashed by the man of the hour. Lukasz Piszczek made the most of an error by Neuer and crossed for Lewandowski, who headed home page to complete his hat-triông xã & seal a league and cup double for Dortmund.

2) Bayern Munich 2-1 Borussia Dortmund - UEFA Champions League final, 2012/13

After two years of Black-Yellow dominance, Jupp Heynckes" Bayern decided that enough was enough, & mounted one of the strongest campaigns in football history. They steamrollered the opposition in the, winning the title by 25 points. They beat Dortmund to lớn the DFL Supercup title at the beginning of the season và also eliminated them in the DFB Cup quarter-finals. By the time the UEFA Champions League final rolled around, the balance after four meetings that season stood at two wins for Bayern & two draws.

Dortmund and Bayern met at Wembley Stadium in London to lớn contest the competition"s first ever all-German final after eliminating Real Madrid and Barcelomãng cầu respectively in the previous round. The local rivalry that had intensified in the last couple of years now stood as the centrepiece of European football. The battle on the field was electric và neither side gave the other an inch until Mario Mandzukic opened the scoring on the hour. Eight minutes later, Ilkay Gündogan equalised for Dortmund from the penalty spot.

Arjen Robben"s story of redemption was completed when Bayern won the 2012/13 Champions League, at Dortmund"s expense. - 2013 Getty Images

Fans at home and in the stands were already settling in for extra-time when Robben steamed into lớn the Dortmund box & tapped the ball past Weidenfeller khổng lồ secure victory on continental football"s biggest stage. A few days later, the Bavarian giants secured a historic treble with a win over VfB Stuttgart in the DFB Cup final. Dortmund’s revolution had pushed the biggest team in Germany beyond its limits, prompting a footballing renaissance in Munich that is still felt lớn this very day.

1) Borussia Dortmund 0-1 Bayern Munich - MD28, 2019/20

Bayern"s 2012/13 treble triumph heralded a new era for the Bavarian behemoth - they"ve sầu cleaned house since, winning an unprecedented eight successive sầu titles.

Victory over Dortmund in the first behind-closed-doors Klassiker in history marked a decisive sầu step khổng lồ glory in 2019/đôi mươi.

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Joshua Kimmich"s sensational lob settled a hot-blooded encounter with 43 minutes on the cloông chồng, though Jerome Boateng had to lớn be at his very best khổng lồ twice deny Erling Haaland a debut Klassiker goal.

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