Jan 29, 2014 at 7pm UK
Stuttgart
1-2
Bayern Munich
Ibisevic (29')
Leitner (22'), Rudiger (51'), Sakai (57'), Boka (75'), Harnik (82')
FT(HT: 1-0)
Pizarro (76'), Alcantara (93')
Kroos (50'), Dante (56'), Boateng (82')

Philipp Lahm: It was a "lucky win"

Bayern Munich's Thiago is mobbed by teammates after scoring his team's second goal against Stuttgart during their Bundesliga match on January 29, 2014
© AFP
Philipp Lahm admits that to beat Stuttgart in injury time meant that Bayern Munich got lucky on the night.

Bayern Munich captain Philipp Lahm has admitted that his side were "lucky" to beat Stuttgart, with the points secured only late on through Thiago Alcantara's acrobatic volley.

Lahm said that any win in injury time is fortunate, but he was pleased with the patience that Bayern showed in the second half to get themselves back in the game.

"When it's 1-1 just a few minutes from time, then of course it's a lucky win," he told Bundesliga.com. "We were not as clinical as usual.

"We showed in the second half how we can play patiently. Stuttgart did a good job. Now everybody wants to be the first opponents to beat us."

Bayern are 13 points clear at the top of the Bundesliga after 18 games.

Bayern Munich's Thiago is mobbed by teammates after scoring his team's second goal against Stuttgart during their Bundesliga match on January 29, 2014
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