Nigerian youngster Victor Osimhen was anonymous as VfL Wolfsburg battled back from two goals down to snatch a 2-2 draw at Bayern Munich on Friday.
Daniel Didavi was the hero for the visitors as his late equaliser help ended their 19-match losing run in Munich.
Champions Bayern missed their chance to go back on top of the Bundesliga and are on 13 points, second on goal difference to Borussia Dortmund, who are in action against Borussia Moenchengladbach on Saturday.
The Bavarians, who travel to Paris St Germain in the Champions League next week, struggled for much of the first half before Robert Lewandowski, who two years ago had scored a league record five goals in nine minutes against Wolfsburg, put the hosts ahead with a 33rd-minute penalty.
Dutchman Arjen Robben then struck three minutes from halftime to double their lead.
But Wolfsburg were
thrown a lifeline when Bayern keeper Sven Ulreich, replacing injured Manuel Neuer, failed to block a Maximilian Arnold free kick from 30 metres out.
The visitors kept taking stabs at the Bayern defence and it paid off when Didavi timed his run to perfection to head in Paul Verhaegh’s fine cross in the 83rd.