Robert Lewandowski and Serge Gnabry supports as Bayern Munich beat Bayer Leverkusen

Objectives: 0-1 Lewandowski (help: Upamecano) 4′, 0-2 Lewandowski (help: Davies) 30′, 0-3 Müller (help: Süle) 34′, 0-4 Gnabry (help: Müller) 35′, 0-5 Gnabry (help: Goretzka) 37′, 1-5 Schick (help: Wirtz) 55′

Lewandowski burned through brief period in getting his name on the scoresheet, his back-obeyed flick from Dayot Upamecano’s cross in the fourth moment finishing a two-match fruitless altercation the Bundesliga. It was generally single direction traffic towards Lukas Hradecky’s objective from that point onward, with Leroy Sane striking the foundation of the post from 25 yards and Leon Goretzka seeing an amazing drive from distance saved by the Leverkusen caretaker. There was a feeling that it was inevitable before the following objective showed up – thus it demonstrated, with Bayern scoring four additional across a seven-minute spell. Lewandowski polished off a great group move from short proximity, Thomas Müller diverted in Niklas Süle’s shot and afterward Gnabry struck twice to put the result of the game unquestionably.

The progression of the game stayed comparative after the break as the guests stuck their hosts once more into their own half almost immediately. Leverkusen pulled an objective back contrary to the rules however, Florian Wirtz stringing a cunning pass into the run of Patrik Schick, who lashed a shot past Manuel Neuer from 10 yards. Bayern’s lead never examined any risk, notwithstanding, and Julian Nagelsmann felt his side were adequately agreeable to take off Lewandowski and Müller, with Goretzka having effectively been supplanted at half-time with an eye on their impending UEFA Champions League experience away to Benfica on Wednesday. Bayern were not exactly as bold from that point onward, despite the fact that Süle went close with a header and furthermore had a stinging drive from the edge of the crate saved by Hradecky. The harm had been done in the primary half however, and Nagelsmann’s charges saw the game out to recover best position from Borussia Dortmund.

Match details

Lewandowski’s support implies he has now scored at least two objectives in 73 diverse Bundesliga games. Just Gerd Müller, with 87, has more.

Upamecano gave a help to the initial time in a Bayern shirt.

With 29 objectives currently this season, Bayern have equalled the association record they set after eight matchdays in 19776/77.

Wirtz has scored, helped or both in each of the nine of his serious club appearances this season.

The Leverkusen young person has given the help to five of Schick’s seven association objectives in 2021/22.

Lewandowski climbed to joint-second with Naldo on the Bundesliga’s rundown ever unfamiliar appearance-producers with 358. Claudio Pizarro drives the way on 490.


Leverkusen: Hradecky (c) – Frimpong (Bellarabi 64′), Kossounou, Tah, Bakker – Demirbay, Amiri – Diaby (Adli 64′), Wirtz (Retsos 79′), Paulinho (Tapsoba 46′) – Schick (Alario 79′)

Unused subs: Lunev, Sinkgraven, Hincapie, Sertdemir

Out: Andrich (suspended), Baumgartlinger (knee), Fosu-Mensah (knee)

Mentor: Gerardo Seoane

Bayern: Neuer (c) – Süle (Richards 72′), Upamecano, Hernandez, Davies (Stanisic 40′) – Kimmich, Goretzka (Sabitzer 46′) – Gnabry, Müller (Coman 64′), Sane – Lewandowski (Musiala 64′)

Unused subs: Früchtl, Choupo-Moting, Sarr, Tolisso

Out: Pavard (suspended), Ulreich (knee)

Mentor: Julian Nagelsmann

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