Bayern Munich suffered the biggest loss of the season going down 5-1 at Eintracht Frankfurt.
An early red card shown to Jerome Boateng was the game changer as Bayern Munich lost its balance and was left vulnerable.
Kostic netted the first for Frankfurt before Sow doubling the lead eight minutes later to the dismay of many spectators.
Poland forward Lewandoski puled one back in the 37th minute but it was late to level things come the first half.
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In the second half, Eintracht Frankfurt’s confidence favored them as they scored their third in the 49th minute through Abraham.
Substitute Coman come in to replace former Barcelona and Liverpool midfielder Coutinho but his entrance made no impact.
Hinteregger pulled the fourth for the home side in the 61st minute making it impossible for Bayern to make a comeback.
Five minutes left to the end of the normal time, Paciencia sealed the five goal thriller and lifted them to the sixth position.
The loss leaves the visitors at the fourth position with eighteen points, level on points with rivals Dortmund.