CM – Bundesliga: Robert Lewandowski and Serge Gnabry score a brace in Bayern’s win against Leverkusen


After a shocking defeat against Eintracht Frankfurt two weeks ago and the loss of the top spot to Borussia Dortmund overnight, Bayern recovered in style against the other title hopes Leverkusen.

Robert Lewandowski celebrates after his goal against Bayer Leverkusen. AP

Berlin: Robert Lewandowski and Serge Gnabry both scored two goals when Bayern Munich scored a massive 5-1 win at Bayer Leverkusen on Sunday to return to the top of the Bundesliga.

After a shocking defeat against Eintracht Frankfurt two weeks ago and the loss of the top spot to Borussia Dortmund overnight, Bayern recovered in style against the other title hopes Leverkusen.

Tied for first and second place before the weekend, the class difference between the two teams became clear when Bayern beat their hosts with a brutal and brilliant performance in the first half.

« It sounds a bit strange if you scored five goals, but we would have scored six or seven goals in the first half today « , said Bayern coach Julian Nagelsmann the broadcaster DAZN.

The 31-time German champions scored four goals within seven minutes in the first half n, to humiliate a young Leverkusen team and to be one point ahead of Borussia Dortmund at the top of the table.

« After 45 minutes it was clear that the three points would go to Munich, » said Lewandowski, who lost the first initiated both goals.

« We knew from the start that we had to play our football, and the result shows how well we played. »

Bayern took less than four minutes to take the lead walk. Lewandowski converted a Dayot Upamecano cross with a brilliant heel to his eighth goal of the season.

Leroy Sane hit the post shortly afterwards when Leverkusen had a brilliant attack by Bayern under control.

After half an hour, the guests struck their opponents through on the counterattack, Alphonso Davies stormed into the penalty area and prepared a poaching finish from Lewandowski.

Thomas Müller quickly scored the 3-0 and deflected a shot from Niklas Suele at a helpless Lukas Hradecky. </ Any hope of a Leverkusen catch-up was buried seconds later when Müller Gnabry prepared with a flat cross to make it 4-0.

Leverkusen rallied in the second half, Kerem Demirbay forced Manuel Neuer to save before Patrik Schick retracted a goal.

« Bayern showed us today why they are the best team in Germany and one of the best in Europe, » said Leverkusen’s coach Gerardo Seoane.

The English Defender Omar Richards was substituted on in the second half, making his second appearance for Bayern since signing from Reading earlier this year, and Lucas Hernandez started the game despite being expected in court in Spain on Tuesday.

The French National player Hernandez may face a six-month prison sentence because he violated an injunction in 2017 after an argument with his girlfriend at the time, who he has now married.

Bayern set their Champions League group stage on Wednesday with a trip to Benfica, while Leverkusen will face Real Betis in the Europa League on Thursday.

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Aurier joined the team until the end of the season, with the club and players having the option to extend the contract for a further two years.

The Spaniard takes the club to 14th place on the Premier League table after only collecting seven points in their first seven games.

Luciano Spalletti’s Napoli has a perfect 21 points from their first seven league games thanks to his win from behind at the Stadio Artemio Franchi in Florence thanks to goals from Hirving Lozano and Amir Rrahmani on both sides of the half.

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