A sensational comeback from Marco Reus and the gang!
Robert Lewandowski had put Bayern ahead against his former club with a bullet header, but Reus equalised from the penalty spot early in the second half. Bayern Munich have won six league titles in a row.
Reus had the first real opening of the game in the 10th minute, and should have given Dortmund the lead.More news: Kim Kardashian shares images while fleeing massive California wildfire
Bayern slowly started to take control and Lewandowski eventually made the pressure count on 26 minutes, crashing a bullet header from a cross by Serge Gnabry past Dortmund's stand-in keeper, Marwin Hitz.
A game with some incredible goals, you can relive Der Klassiker with a look at the main points of action in today's Dortmund vs Bayern clash - you'll not want to miss the wonderful second from Dortmund's Marco Reus! The ball dropped to Joshua Kimmich on the touchline and his lofted cutback sat up for Lewandowski to head in.
In soon became a pulsating game, and after Jadon Sancho danced past Mats Hummels and rounded Neuer to tee up Alcacer it seemed a certain goal, but the Spain striker needed a touch and Jerome Boateng snuffed out the danger.More news: Jimmy Butler trade: Timberwolves send G to Philadelpia 76ers
However, Paco Alcacer made it 3-2 to Favre's men in the 73rd minute with a strike past Neuer following a long pass from Alex Witsel from his own half.
Thomas Muller then fired well over as Bayern looked for an immediate response.
With the Bundesliga finally looking like it might not be the usual cakewalk, tonight's Dortmund vs Bayern clash threatened to allow the German champions back into closer contention.More news: CC Sabathia, Yankees Agree On 1-Year Contract