- Ancelotti collects first piece of silverware as Bayern boss.
- Vidal and Müller seal a 2-0 win at the SIGNAL IDUNA PARK.
- Hummels with telling contribution on return to Dortmund.
Cheered on by their 25,000-strong Yellow Wall, it was Dortmund who bossed possession in the early exchanges, and they almost took the lead inside the first ten minutes when Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang latched onto Marc Bartra's swerving ball forward, but the Gabon striker scooped wide. BVB's teenaged debutant Ousmane Dembele then saw a pair of chances thwarted by Manuel Neuer before Bayern finally responded with half-time approaching. Robert Lewandowski saw a close-range header pawed away by BVB goalkeeper Roman Bürki before Arturo Vidal flashed the rebound over.
Dortmund continued to press forward in the second half. Felix Passlack blasted straight at Neuer and Dembele saw his shot from the edge of the box deflected narrowly wide. BVB's hard work was undone just inside the hour, though. Copa America Centenario winner Vidal let fly first time from the edge of the Dortmund box, and though Bürki got a hand to his attempt, the Chile star followed up to stab home the opener. Thomas Müller then added insult to injury late on, stroking home former BVB captain Mats Hummels' knock-down from metres out to punctuate the win.
Man of the match
Vidal and Müller may have got the goals, but this was a victory that would have been impossible if not for the imperious goalkeeping of Germany No1 Neuer.
Bayern took a while to click into gear, but when they did there was no stopping them. With the likes of Arjen Robben, Douglas Costa and Jerome Boateng still to return to first team action, it figures to be another promising season for the record champions.
- Bayern have now drawn level with Dortmund on a record five Supercup triumphs.
- Runners up five times to BVB's two the Bavarians are now statistically the most successful team in the competition's history.
- Vidal's opener was the first Supercup goal from open play in 291 minutes.
- Bayern have still yet to lose a match in which Müller has scored, with his first goal coming back in September 2009 - against Dortmund.
Dortmund: Bürki - Passlack, Sokratis, Bartra, Schmelzer (c) - Castro, Rode - Dembele (Schürrle 68'), Kagawa, Ramos (Weigl 69') - Aubameyang (Mor 78')
Coach: Thomas Tuchel
Bayern: Neuer - Lahm (c), Martinez, Hummels, Alaba - Alonso - Müller (Rafinha 86'), Thiago, Vidal (Kimmich 71'), Ribery (Coman 65') - Lewandowski
Coach: Carlo Ancelotti