The 2012 DFB Cup final
Eyes on the prize: Dortmund are hoping to lift the DFB Cup for the third time, while for Bayern Munich it would be victory number 16!
There's a great atmosphere inside the sold-out Olympiastadion ahead of kick-off: at the FC Bayern end...
...and among the massed ranks of the yellow-and-black support, with club mascot Emma to the fore
The champions against the record champs - this is as good as it gets...
...above all for BVB, who go in front through Shinji Kagawa (r.) in the third minute after Bayern's Luiz Gustavo loses the ball
Five minutes later at the other end, Roman Weidenfeller is laid low after colliding with Mario Gomez. The BVB keeper is able to play on, for the moment
Skipper Philipp Lahm (l.) and his Bayern colleagues press for the leveller
And it comes courtesy of Arjen Robben (r.), who slots home a 25th-minute penalty awarded for a foul by Weidenfeller on Gomez
Just over half an hour in, Weidenfeller has to call it a day, Mitchell Langerak (l.) coming off the bench to replace him
The young Australian keeper is soon earning his spurs, while at the other end BVB start to ratchet up the tempo again themselves
With 41 minutes played, it's the Yellow-Blacks' turn to get their chance from the spot and Mats Hummels (r.) duly takes it to put them back in front
Bayern keeper Manuel Neuer gets the corner right, but can't get enough of the ball to keep it out
Hummels celebrates the goal against the club where he learned his trade - the defensive coordinator came up through Bayern's famous youth system
And it gets worse for Bayern before the break when Robert Lewandowski, brilliantly fed by Kagawa, clinically dispatches number three
Franck Ribery (l.) and his team-mates don't find things getting any easier after the interval against their hard-pressing opponents...
...and just shy of the hour mark Lewandowski (l.) strikes again to make it 4-1. Game over, surely..?
But Bayern don't give up that easily and Ribery (r.) gets them back to 4-2 down with a fine individual effort just inside the final quarter-hour
Five minutes later, BVB respond in kind. A fumble by Neuer lets Lukasz Piszczek set up a far-post nod-in for his compatriot Lewandowski ...
...who then demonstrates that he's no mean hurdler either as he makes his way over to the Dortmund fans
It's not often that Manuel Neuer, or any FC Bayern keeper, has to pick - or kick - the ball out of his own net five times
Game over - for Bayern now, it's a case of moving on swiftly and focusing on next Saturday's Champions League final, on home turf, against Chelsea
By contrast it's all smiles on the Dortmund side as they celebrate the first league and cup double in the club's 103-year history
First stop after the final whistle, standard DFB Cup celebratory protocol notwithstanding, is the Dortmund fan block
Walk on by: Franck Ribery would rather not look at the next domestic trophy Bayern are not going to get their hands on this year
Dortmund's Felipe Santana (l.) however can't get close enough to it - and that's even before the official handover...
...which is conducted by Federal president Joachim Gauck (5.r.), himself clearly infected by the good cheer of the present company
BVB skipper Sebastian Kehl raises the DFB Cup to the Berlin night skies - and now the Dortmund party can really begin in earnest