Bayern Munich twice dug out from a deficit to draw 2-2 with Borussia Dortmund before goalkeeper Sven Ulreich was their punishment shoot-out legend in the DFL-Supercup.
Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang seemed to have given Dortmund triumph after a nearby period of theory connecting him to a move far from Signal Iduna Park – the 2016-17 Bundesliga top scorer completing with aplomb in the 71st moment.
In any case, Peter Bosz's side were not able hold out amid the Dutchman's first focused diversion in control as a 88th-minute goalmouth scramble closed with a Roman Burki claim objective.
Joshua Kimmich actuated Bayern's late leveler yet the youthful Germany star was the main man to flounder in the shoot-out, despite the fact that Ulreich reacted by denying Sebastian Rode.
With the score tied at 4-4, Niklas Sule impacted into the best corner for the Bundesliga champions and Ulreich speculated accurately to frustrate Marc Bartra.
It implied an appreciated fillip for Bayern supervisor Carlo Ancelotti, who saw his side lose four out of five pre-season friendlies going into a match where they required Robert Lewandowski to offset Christian Pulisic's opener.