THE BALL – Bayern crush and Lewandowski goes down in history (Germany)

Bayern hosted and beat Union Berlin this Saturday (4-0), in Munich, for the 27th day of the Bundesliga, thus consolidating its leadership of the competition. The expressive victory had as its protagonist Lewandowski (kiss), who went down in history.

Coman advanced the Bavarians on the scoreboard (16′) and Nianzou extended it (25′), before the Polish international closed the match – he scored from the penalty spot at 45+1′ and scored two goals in the 47′, assisted by Musiala, adding the 31st goal in the Bundesliga. It was the fifth time the striker had scored at least 30 goals in an edition of the German championship, a record reached only by Gerd Muller in the history of German football.

With the triumph, Bayern have 63 points, seven more than Dortmund, who are one game less – they face Cologne on Sunday.

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