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RB Leipzig 4-5 Bayern Munich: David Alaba and Arjen Robben score in injury time (PHOTOS)

Arjen Robben scored deep into stoppage time as Bundesliga champions Bayern Munich twice battled back from two goals down to clinch a spectacular 5-4 victory over ambitious RB Leipzig.
Arjen Robben runs to celebrate after sealing a dramatic comeback for Bayern Munich
The hosts, who will finish a distant second behind Bayern, were ahead as early as the second minute through Marcel Sabitzer, and although Robert Lewandowski equalised, further strikes from Timo Werner - from the penalty spot - and Yussuf Poulsen appeared to have put Leipzig in control.

Thiago closed the gap to a single goal once more before Werner's second of the game, and his 21st Bundesliga goal of the season, made it 4-2 to the hosts.
Thiago Alcantara takes the ball back to the centre circle after pulling a goal back for Bayern
Bayern Munich star Robert Lewandowski also scored from the penalty spot in the first half
Late drama followed, however, with Lewandowski reducing the deficit once more and David Alaba levelling things up in the first minute of stoppage time with a fantastic free-kick.
The Bundesliga champions were 4-2 with just six minutes left to play before coming back
It was then left to veteran Robben, whose left-footed strike five minutes later snatched an unlikely win and sparked huge celebrations from the champions.
Carlo Ancelotti kisses match winner Robben after he scored Bayern's fifth and final goal
It also ensured Bayern sit 13 points clear of their rivals with one game left to play, further confirming themselves as by far the most successful team in Germany.
Leipzig's Danish forward Yussuf Poulsen strikes to give his team a 3-1 lead over Bayern Munich
Werner sends Bayern Munich goalkeeper Tom Starke the wrong way to convert his penaltyRegardless of the defeat, Leipzig had reason to celebrate as news of Borussia Dortmund's draw with Augsburg filtered through.

The 1-1 draw means Leipzig were confirmed as runners-up in their debut campaign in the Bundesliga.

There will, however, be a tinge of disappointment that they were not able to get one over Bayern.

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