Third-division side Chemnitzer KO's Bundesliga side Mainz from German Cup
Bundesliga side Mainz were knocked out of the first round of the German Cup on Friday losing on penalties to third-division Chemnitzer FC.
Mainz defender Niko Bungert's late own goal leveled the scoring at 3-3 and send the game into extra time. Both sides scored twice in extra time with Chemnitz leading 5-4 before a spectacular goal inside his own half from Johannes Geis made it 5-5 with the last kick of the game.
Chemnitz goalkeeper Philipp Pentke then saved Gonzalo Jara's spot-kick and captain Anton Fink completed the home side's perfect penalty round.
Elsewhere, Bayer Leverkusen advanced to the next round following a 6-0 rout of sixth-tier side Alemannia Waldalgesheim, with striker Stefan Kiessling scoring five.
Second-division Nuremberg, relegated from the Bundesliga last season, lost 1-0 at third-division Duisburg.