Kimmich grabbed a late winner for his side on Wednesday to secure their second trophy of the new season.
He tucked away his own rebounded shot in unbelievable fashion.
Kimmich started the attack after brilliantly intercepting the ball. He then slid a pass to Robert Lewandowski who returned the ball to him.
The German international took a touch before unleashing an effort which was saved by Marwin Hitz.
But as he was falling down, the 25-year-old managed to flick the ball past the Dortmund goalkeeper to seal victory.
A truly astonishing goal from Joshua Kimmich! :scream:- Football on BT Sport (@btsportfootball) September 30, 2020
...but did he mean it? pic.twitter.com/mE1KZ2qoLZ
Needless to say, Kimmich's effort got fans talking on social media.
Joshua Kimmich is too good man. A worthy Philipp Lahm successor is the highest praise I can give him. Normally a player of that calibre doesn't get one or at least not so soon after retiring.- :red_circle: (@ChrisvLFC) September 30, 2020
Name: Joshua Kimmich- Elias (@rulebavaria) September 30, 2020
Occupation: Football genius
looks like joshua kimmich got a degree in upending the laws of physics from thomas müller university- June P. (@tldrjune) September 30, 2020
One Twitter user wrote: "Of course he did, clearly see his leg go out to meet the ball. Great instincts."
A second tweeted: "He definitely meant that! You can see the way he moves his foot towards the ball and angles it too! Amazing goal!!"
A third added: "Too right he meant it!"
Did he mean it? Let us know what you think.
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