Mexico international Marco Fabian scored his third Bundesliga goal as ten-man Eintracht Frankfurt twice came from a goal down to hold defending champions FC Bayern München to their second draw in as many games.
Eintracht Frankfurt 2-2 FC Bayern München
Red card: Huszti (65')
With Robert Lewandowski left on the bench, Arjen Robben assumed goal-scoring duties at the Commerzbank-Arena. The Dutchman needed just ten minutes to break the deadlock with a fine finish from a tight angle, but Frankfurt did not fold. Timothy Chandler volleyed against the upright and Alexander Meier had chances, before the Eagles levelled matters late in the half thanks to an emphatic finish from Szabolcs Huszti.
Eintracht had barely put a foot wrong, but their hopes of taking something from the game were dealt a blow in the space of three minutes of high drama when Joshua Kimmich restored Bayern's lead moments before Huszti was sent off for his second bookable offence. Bayern were punished for not making their numerical advantage count, however, as Fabian met Chandler's cross-shot with his chest to rescue an unlikely, albeit well-deserved, point.
It's now two games in the Bundesliga without a win for Carlo Ancelotti's Bayern, and it is no coincidence that both those draws have coincided with an injury to French ace Franck Ribery. On this evidence, his return cannot come soon enough for the league leaders.
- Robben scored his first away goal in the Bundesliga since 21 February 2015.Bayern have scored a Bundesliga-high four goals in the opening 15 minutes of matches this season.Frankfurt's Huszti netted his third career goal against Bayern.
Frankfurt: Hradecky - Abraham, Hector (Tarashaj 70'), Vallejo - Chandler, Oczipka - Huszti, Mascarell, Fabian – Meier (c) (Hrgota 77'), Rebic (Hasebe 67')
Coach: Niko Kovac
Bayern: Neuer - Lahm (c), Boateng, Hummels, Alaba - Alonso (Sanches 46') - Kimmich, Thiago - Robben (Rafinha 76'), Müller, Coman (Lewandowski 67')
Coach: Carlo Ancelotti