Thanks to the victory over the reigning champions, Hertha has now moved to the second position in the Bundesliga being level on point following Vedad Ibisevic’s penalty goal and Ondrej Duda’s fifth goal of the season.
With both goals already doing the damage in the first half, the Bavarians did all they could to record a goal in the half but all efforts proved fruitless with Renato Sanches and David Alaba being unable to find the target hitting off the post.
Being dangerous on the ball, Bayern where mostly in possesion of the ball with full time stats seeing them at 70% while the host took 30% in the end Berlin took charge of all three points.
Bayern manager Niko Kovac took off Arjen Robben in the 52nd minute and brought in Thomas Muller, who was unable to a help his team to the pull back a goal, substituting Renato Sanchez for former Arsenal winger Serge Gnabry with 30 minutes left to full time.
Hertha Berlin two goal in the first half sealed the victory also sending them to leveling up in points with Bayern Munich.