Bundesliga: Lewandoski Sets Record As Bayern Beat Dusseldorf 5-0

Bayern Munich has beaten Fortuna Dusseldorf 5-0, as Robert Lewandoski scored twice, while Benjamin Pavard, Alphonso Davies and Mathias Joergensen scored one each.

Lewandoski Sets Record As Bayern Beat Dusseldorf
Robert Lewandoski

The Bavarian giants, Bayern Munich maintained 100 percent start in their last three matches after football games were restarted in the German Bundesliga with an emphatic 5-0 victory over Fortuna Dusseldorf on Saturday.

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The star of the match, Robert Lewandoski scored a brace in the 43rd and the 50th minute of the one-sided encounter and goals from Benjamin Pavard, Alphonso Davies and an own goal from Mathias Joergensen sealed the home riot for the League leaders at the Alianz Arena.

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The Polish Striker who tops the highest goal scorers’ chart with 27 goals so far has now scored against all the current Bundesliga teams.

Bayern Munich are on top of the table with 67 points with Borussia Dortmund second on the table with 57 points.

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The German Bundesliga remains the only top-flight European league to have resumed games after Coronavirus halted sporting activities around the globe.

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