The party was total this Saturday in the early evening at the Allianz Arena. For the second match of Hans-Dieter Flick, interim coach after the dismissal of Niko Kovac, the Bavarian team gave a lesson to Borussia Dortmund (4-0). Apart from an occasion of Paco Alcacer in the 70th minute, Lucien Favre's men never knew how to exist in this meeting.
The hero of the match is once again called Robert Lewandowski. The Polish striker scored twice in this meeting. His first goal came after a volley from French defender Benjamin Pavard (17th) and after a well-felt one-two with Thomas Muller (77th). Pavard nearly gave Lewandowski another goal, but Lewandowski was unable to recover his left-wing shot that finished in the netting (79 ').
Led at half-time, Dortmund conceded a second goal quickly after the return of the locker room. This time it is Serge Gnabry, on a center of Muller – also very good – who deceived Burki. And as if that was not enough, Mats Hummels extended a Perisic center in his own goal, giving the Bavarians a fourth goal (80th). Unbeaten for four games (3 wins, 1 draw), Borussia Dortmund, now fifth, has had a cruel return to earth.
As for the Bayern players, who have celebrated this success with their fans, they are now third in the standings with RB Leipzig (21) and one point behind leader Borussia MOnchengladbach. who receives the Werder Bremen this Sunday.
Player: Lewandowski sees (again) double
Player Borussia Dortmund between 2010 and 2014, Robert Lewandowski did not feel when he found his former team. This Saturday, the Polish striker has signed his fifth double of the season and continues to frenzy the counters. With 16 goals in the league, he became the first player to score in the first 11 days of the Bundesliga. Since the beginning of the season, he has scored 23 goals in 18 games. And to say that he plays with a pain in the groin that will require a small operation …
Bayern recorded their sixth successive success against Borussia Dortmund. We must go back to 1977-1984 to find the trace of such a series (8 wins in a row). (Opta)