It all comes down to Douglas Costa ... He scores! Bayern are the winners!
They are arguing over small change in the French Cup final.
West Ham target Michy Batshuayi turns in a loose ball in the box, but it is all too little too late for l'OM.
Marco Reus does likewise...
Thomas Muller keeps his cool...
Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang looks shattered, but has the energy to score...
Josh Kimmich - awful spot-kick. Straight down the middle, and Burki blocks with his knees. We've had three kicks each...
Now Sokratis Papastathopoulos drives wide...
A shuffle from Robert Lewandowski, who sends the keeper the wrong way.Copyright: Getty Images
Advantage Bayern - Manuel Neuer saves from Sven Bender!Copyright: Getty Images
Zlatan Ibrahimovic is a man with a sense of occasion.
The Swede canters clear of a high-line Marseille defence and cooly slots past Steve Mandanda and into the bottom corner.
It is his second of the game and surely the last word of this cup final and his PSG career.
Arturo Vidal spot-kick just has the power to beat Roman Burki.
Giorgio Chiellini and Riccardo Montolivo are finding this extra-time malarky a right old giggle.
The two skipper share some jokes and hugs as they collect together to toss the coin and decide ends for the added 30 minutes.
There are a lot of players from both sides getting treatment for cramp. There has to be some serious space out there.
We are back under way.Copyright: Getty Images
Referee Marco Fritz brings captains Marco Reus and Philipp Lahm across to toss a coin for choice of ends in the shootout. We're in front of the Dortmund fans, and Shinji Kagawa scores.
Incidentally, the last time the German cup final went to a shootout, in 1999, Bayern Munich were involved - and they lost, going down 5-4 on spot-kicks to Werder Bremen after a 1-1 draw. Lothar Matthaus missed the decisive kick.
The referee blows up and the Italian Cup final - like its German and English cousins - is heading for extra time.
Changes for Paris St Germain. They give David Luiz a chance to stretch his legs, sacrificing former Spur Benjamin Stambouli
Lucas Moura is also on, in place of Edinson Cavani.
Jerome Boateng heads wide, the whistle blows, and and for the first time in 17 years, the DFB-Pokal final will be decided on penalties. This is how Pep Guardiola's three-year stint with Bayern Munich will end.Copyright: epaCopyright: Reuters
Paulo Dybala sniffs glory as he runs at goal with the clock ticking down into the final three minutes.
The Argentine's shot is footnote rather than headline though as a bobbler heads into hoardings.
You can forgive him getting a little giddy. He has hardly had a touch today.Copyright: Reuters
Bayern have a free-kick. Shinji Kagawa drags down Thiago. Last chance before penalties...
Two minutes from penalties in Berlin. Bayern boss Pep Guardiola is pondering bringing on Xabi Alonso just for the shootout.Copyright: Getty Images