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Perhaps the biggest shock in DFB Cup second round history came in the 2000/01 season, when 1. FC Magdeburg beat the<br>reigning Bundesliga champions FC Bayern Munich 5-3 on penalties after the game had ended 0-0 after 120 minutes Deja-vu: This season, 1. FC Nuremberg were dumped out of the competition by TSV Havelse, but it wasn't the first time that 'der Club' <br>had come up short against the northerners, having been beaten by them 4-2 on penalties in the second round of the 1991/92 competition FC Schalke 04 have also been victims of lower league oppostion in the cup, being defeated by little-known third division side <br>Eintracht Trier in 1997/98. Trier also went on to defeat the Royal Blues' rivals Borussia Dortmund in the last 16 More recently it was Hamburger SV's turn to be struck down by the giant-killing bug, as they were <br> knocked out by then third-tier side VfL Osnabrück in round two of the 2009/10 DFB Cup It was one of the most dramatic matches on record, with HSV coming from 2-0 down to equalise with a penalty in stoppage time. Frank Rost (c) was then beaten<br>four times from the spot before Mladen Petric missed the decisive penalty for Bruno Labbadia's men, who were top of the Bundesliga at the time The big story of the second round in 2007/08 was written in Wuppertal, when Wuppertaler SV, then in the third tier of German<br>football, shocked Bundesliga outfit Hertha BSC Berlin 2-0, sending Christian Maly (l.) and Tobias Damm into raptures Kickers Offenbach players race to celebrate their penalty shoot-out victory over eventual Bundesliga champions <br> Borussia Dortmund in 2010 as Kevin Großkreutz (background) watches on in a state of shock 2007/08 was a season to forget for Carl-Zeiss Jena, who were relegated to the third division, but the DFB Cup reserved them joys with a second round win<br>over 1. FC Nuremberg helping them on the way to an historic semi-final appearance, with Stuttgart also falling victim along the way
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