Jan 29, 2014 at 7pm UK
Bayern Munich
Ibisevic (29')
Leitner (22'), Rudiger (51'), Sakai (57'), Boka (75'), Harnik (82')
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Kroos (50'), Dante (56'), Boateng (82')

Konstantin Rausch "lost for words" at defeat

Stuttgart's defender Konstantin Rausch reacts after the German first division Bundesliga football match VfB Stuttgart vs Bayern Munich in Stuttgart, southwestern Germany, on January 29, 2014
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Konstantin Rausch believes that Stuttgart threw the game away against Bayern Munich after they succumbed to a late defeat.

Stuttgart left-back Konstantin Rausch has admitted that he was left speechless after Thiago Alcantara's injury-time winner for Bayern Munich left his side with nothing from the game.

The home side pressed and frustrated Bayern for 75 minutes and held a 1-0 lead, but two goals in the final 15 saw the champions claim all three points from the contest.

"I'm lost for words," he told Bundesliga.com. "I can't really believe it. We played a very good game - finally a great team performance for over 89 minutes. We shouldn't be conceding a goal like that.

"It felt like we had won, and then in the end we've got nothing. We've denied ourselves our just reward. We've had so much bad luck so far, but if we carry on playing like we did today, we'll get lucky eventually."

The defeat kept Stuttgart in 12th in the Bundesliga.

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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