ERLING HAALAND and Jude Bellingham were stunned as minnows St Pauli dumped holders Borussia Dortmund out of the German Cup.
Dortmund’s two in-demand superstars were powerless to prevent the second tier side pulling off one of their greatest wins.
Manchester United and City target Haaland did manage to bag a penalty consolation but Bellingham slumped to the floor at the final whistle, holding his head in shock at the 2-1 last-16 defeat.
Dortmund’s top-flight rivals Cologne also crashed out to second-tier opposition, exiting to fallen giants Hamburg on penalties.
But unlike Cologne, five-time cup winners Dortmund fielded a strong team.
Togo striker Etienne Amenyido tucked home Marcel Hartel’s cut-back from close in for St Pauli’s fourth-minute opener.
Home keeper Dennis Smarsch then foiled Thorgan Hazard and Marco Reus as Dortmund tried to fight back.
And Haaland fired high as the visitors upped the tempo even further against a team winless for their past three matches.
But St Pauli turned the tide dramatically and Axel Witsel’s own goal in the 40th minute doubled the hosts’ advantage.