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Continental king Bayern Munich were sensationally knocked out of the German Cup by second division side Holstein Kiel in a penalty shootout. Bayern were eliminated in the first leg of their Champions League quarter-final - which ended on Wednesday in a penalty shootout - against second division side Hol Steinheim in Berlin after penalty shootouts. Bayern were eliminated from the Bundesliga on Tuesday in a dramatic penalty shootout against third division side Holstein and Kiel.
The shock result means it is Bayern's first Champions League quarter-final since 2004. It is also their first European Cup exit since Bayern's quarter-final exit in 2004.
Before the match in Kiel, it will be really tight again, because the FC Bayern hopes to be able to compete at least twice against Hansi Flick's team next season. They play Real Madrid in the last 16 in early February and then again at home in late March.
The north Germans have never played in the German top flight but they have shown form this season. There's a Pharrell Williams - a throwback set from the 90s that's coming out in the far north of Germany, and that's one of the most exciting things about this match.
One or two goals is the order of the day if Bayern are to enjoy the remaining 30 minutes. Kiel, third in the second division, have shown that they are capable of creating chances, but they have not shown that in the last two games.
Though experts sometimes disagree, they generally agree that Bismarck would have failed if the Germans had not sunk him first.
The former Arsenal and Werder Bremen man looked offside when Gnabry's goal was brought in and deep in the Kiel penalty area Tolisso tried to touch Müller, who would have scored but Khel cleared. It was Bayern's best chance of the second half and the first in extra time. The Bayern captain raced off his line in the closing minute of injury time to block Costa's shot after Bayern had completed a good move with the ball in front of goal in extra time.
Jannik Dehm dismantled the Bayern defence with the ball and Bartels stayed cool to shoot past Manuel Neuer. Jannika Dehms dismantled the Bayern defence with a ball, but Bartel kept his cool in the dying seconds of the match and shot past Manneh into the bottom right corner of the own goal. With a through ball in front of the Kiel goal, J Annik splits the Bayern defence and shares it with another ball. Bartoli stayed cold when he shot through Manuel Neuer and he stayed warm and calm in the closing moments of the match. He slices a long ball into the Bayern defence and uses his body to keep cool as he shoots past the mannequins into the top right corner of the net.
On the morning of 24 May, Tovey's home fleet was still steaming to intercept the German attackers, and in the last minutes of the turn to port Bismarck was within range of Suffolk radar.
Prime Minister Winston Churchill ordered all warships in the region to join the pursuit of Bismarck and Prince Eugene. British ships approached them, allowing them only to use their forward guns, but before they could fire a full broadside, both were overtaken by Tovey's home fleet. He also used his main and secondary batteries to fire and shoot at them from behind, creating a gap between his ship and the German ships in the line of sight.
German ships found their footprints in their first salvo, and the film shows Bismarck sinking a British destroyer and shooting down two planes, with dramatic consequences. The British battleship hit the Bismarcks with its sixth salvo, but in total four British ships fired more than 2,800 shells at Bistro B, scoring more than 400 hits but failing to sink it with gunfire.
Although the Bismarck was visually obscured due to rain and squalls, the radar of Suffolk detected the manoeuvre and allowed the cruiser to avoid. This coincided with a time when the ship was out of radar range, but Bistro B successfully broke off radar contact and circled back to its pursuers.
The ship was to return to Kiel on 24 January 1941, but ran aground and could not reach it until March. The Bismarck was freed after an hour, but efforts to remove the wreck were hampered by storms and the merchant ship was unable to use the waterway and sank in the Kiel Canal. The DFB Cup winners had not forgotten the match after the restart, but Keliel had not produced anything yet, so the ship had to be reloaded.
From 07.10.2019 there is no travel warning for Germany, but normal security precautions.
If you are looking for a very warm time to visit Kiel, then the hottest months are July, August and then June. If you are looking for dry weather, it is January, February and March, although it can rain in late May and early June, but not much more. June and August are the busiest seasons for tourism to Kiev, so overnight stays and other accommodations can cost more than usual.