Bayern Munich maintain the top of the German Bundesliga by four points. The defending champion, who played with one man in less than 13 minutes, beat Stuttgart 4-0 with a hat-trick from Robert Lewandowski and a goal from Serge Gnabry.
Bayern Munich never ceases to surprise and succeed. This time, the Champions League winner who reached the quarter-finals (will face Paris Saint-Germain) crushed Stuttgart while playing with one less man most of the match and regained the lead with four points (61 out of 57) at the top of the table. After Leipzig beat Bielefeld 1-0. For the Bavarians, everything seemed complicated at first: in the 13th minute, Alfonso Davis was sent off.
The possibility of winning seems complicated, but Davis’ red command never bothered himself. Robert Lewandowski opened the scoring in the 18th minute with a shot in the area after a pass by Serge Gnabry, who extended the score to 22 with the help of Leroy Sane. Sixty seconds after the match 2-0, Al-Qutub converted the third goal and doubled it in the match. Nonstop in the frenzied scoring ability, the latest award winner scored the best four goals in 39 minutes.
In the second half, Lewandowski was replaced by Hansi Flick, who had scored 35 goals in the current Bundesliga and five goals behind the record tied by Gerd Muller, who had scored 40 goals in the same Bundesliga season (1971-1972). The Polish, who will not travel to the UK by selection at Bayern’s request, has eight games to beat the legendary striker.
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