FUMING Oliver Kahn slipped off his chair as he watched Borussia Dortmund score a dramatic 95th-minute equaliser.
The exasperated Bayern Munich CEO, 53, sat in the stands helpless as his side were unable to hold on against their Bundesliga rivals.
Anthony Modeste sent the Yellow Wall wild with his back-post header to make Der Klassiker 2-2 in the Bundesliga.
But as the home fans erupted into huge celebrations, legendary goalkeeper Kahn slumped into his chair in the posh seats like any emotional fan.
He could be seen furiously shouting and banging the glass in front of him in anger.
But on the pitch, Modeste was mobbed by his team-mates while the substitutes and manager Edin Terzic ran across the turf.
The last-gasp equaliser completed a memorable comeback for Dortmund.
Munich led at half-time thanks to Leon Goretzka’s drilled opener before Jude Bellingham sent Alphonso Davies to hospital after accidentally catching him in the face with a high boot.
The Bavarians doubled their lead eight minutes after the break through Leroy Sane.
Youssoufa Moukoko pulled one back on 74 minutes to set up a tense finish.
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And Dortmund got a further boost when Kingsley Coman was sent off in the 90th minute.
Four minutes later, Modeste grabbed the leveller to stay tied on 16 points with Bayern.
The German giants remain one point behind surprise early pace-setters Union Berlin and Freiburg at the top of the Bundesliga.
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