Thomas Müller's penalty is the only difference separating Bayern Munich and VfB Stuttgart in the 2013 DFB Pokal Final. The Olympiastadion in Berlin looks fantastic as always, and the football on display has been back and forth and entertaining.
Bruno Labbadia will likely not be too upset with the 0-1 halftime score, as he knew that his side were always going to have to score goals to beat this Bayern team. Alexandru Maxim has been arguably their most dynamic player throughout the first half, but Vedad Ibisevic has barely been involved at all. This needs to change if Stuttgart plan to be lifting the Pokal at the end of the match.
For Bayern, you don't want to lose your concentration. There's no reason to make any changes to begin the second half, but the potential introduction of a Mario Mandzukic and/or Xherdan Shaqiri could be a great change of pace that may kickstart the Bavarians offense.