Oliver Kahn throws his head back in anguish as Bayern concede a late equaliser

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Bayern Munich CEO and club legend Oliver Kahn gets that sinking feeling as he slides out of his chair and screams in disbelief in hilarious outburst after watching Borussia Dortmund’s last-gasp equaliser in Der Klassiker

Bayern Munich CEO and former goalkeeper Oliver Kahn struggled to contain his emotions on Saturday after his side conceded a last-gasp equaliser at bitter rivals Borussia Dortmund.

The 53-year-old threw his head back and jumped out of his chair as Anthony Modeste made it 2-2 in the 95th-minute to earn the hosts a share of the spoils in the Bundesliga.

Fans were quick to react to his outburst, with tweets saying it was ‘every Bayern fans reaction to be honest’, and it was ‘one reason we love this game’.

 Bayern Munich legend Oliver Kahn struggled to contain his emotions after a late goal

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It saw Dortmund equalise against his old club Bayern Munich in the 95th minute

It saw Dortmund equalise against his old club Bayern Munich in the 95th minute 

‘Oliver Kahn probably thinking to himself, if only he could go back in time and not do that throwing toys out of the pram thing with the TV cameras beamed on him.’

Others were less generous to the goalkeeping legend and commented he had ‘gone goblin mode’ and that the ‘arrogance of Oliver Kahn and Bayern Munich in general makes this reaction so nice.’

One fan pointed to the club’s long-term success as a reason the reaction was a little uncalled for, tweeting: ‘Relax man you’ve won like the last 100 Bundesliga titles. You’ll be fine.’

Bayern midfielder Leon Goretzka gave the visitors the lead after half an hour, latching onto Jamal Musiala’s pass and steering the ball home from the edge of the box in front of a sold-out crowd of 81,000 at the Signal Iduna Park.

Musiala was also the architect of the second, helping the ball onto winger Leroy Sane, who struck it hard and low from 20 yards into the corner, although Alexander Meyer in goal could have done better. 

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Dortmund substitute Anthony Modeste – who has been heavily criticised for failing to adequately replace injured striker Sebastien Haller – fed strike partner Youssoufa Moukoko to halve the deficit with 15 minutes left.

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Fans were quick to react to Khan's outburst, with one calling it 'the reason we love this game'

Fans were quick to react to Khan’s outburst, with one calling it ‘the reason we love this game’

Bayern midfielder Leon Goretzka gave the visitors the lead after half an hour, latching onto Jamal Musiala’s pass and steering the ball home from the edge of the box in front of a sold-out crowd of 81,000 at the Signal Iduna Park.

Musiala was also the architect of the second, helping the ball onto winger Leroy Sane, who struck it hard and low from 20 yards into the corner, although Alexander Meyer in goal could have done better. 

With his strike, wonderkid Moukoko became the youngest ever scorer in Der Klassiker at the tender age of just 17.

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Bayern sub Kingsley Coman was sent off in the 90th minute after receiving a second yellow card, to give the hosts what proved a crucial numerical advantage. 

Anthony Modeste scored a late equaliser as Borussia Dortmund drew 2-2 with Bayern Munich

Anthony Modeste scored the equaliser as Borussia Dortmund drew 2-2 with Bayern Munich

The summer signing then headed home at the back post in stoppage time to complete a stunning two-goal turnaround and end his side’s eight-game losing run against Bayern. 

The dramatic result left both clubs level on points in the Bundesliga, with Julian Nagelsmann’s sides ahead on goal difference in third. A win would have seen Bayern top the league as they search for their 11th consecutive league title. 

As things standard, Union Berlin and Freiburg occupy the top two spots, and will have a chance to extend their lead when they play tomorrow.

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