Without the injured Manuel Neuer in goal, Bayern Munich fell to a 4-2 defeat away at Bochum on Saturday afternoon, as a Robert Lewandowski brace was unable to save the German champions.
The Bavarians remain nine points clear of Borussia Dortmund, though they have played a game more than their most likely rivals for the Bundesliga title this season.
Things started well for Bayern as Lewandowski added his 25th goal in just 22 appearances after nine minutes, but Bochum levelled five minutes later through Christopher Antwi-Adjei, and Jurgen Locadia put them ahead with a 38th-minute penalty.
There was still plenty of time left in the first half for the hosts to extend their lead, and remarkably added two more through Christian Gamboa and Gerrit Holtman to send themselves in with a comfortable advantage at half time.
Lewandowski did add his second in the second half, but it proved to be no more than a consolation as Bayern fell to a surprise loss against a side they had beaten 7-0 earlier in the season.
Bochum's historic victory
Bochum, though, were left celebrating a historic win. They hadn't beaten Bayern in 18 years, last doing so in 2004. Bayern hadn't lost to a newly promoted side in the Bundesliga since 2010, and no side had scored four first-half goals against the Bavarians since Eintracht Frankfurt in 1974.
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