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Bayern in the Champions League


The irresistible goalkeeper Robert Lewandowski has Bayern Munich with the fastest four-pack of Champions League history led to valuable group victory. The Polish exceptional striker needed in the 6: 0 (1: 0) gala of the German football champion at Red Star Belgrade only 14:31 minutes for his historic goals-show.

    
"I do not know where the game is in my ranking, it was important that we played superbly, I could have scored two goals, but the important thing is that we have fun, we play our plan and we go into the game to win win, "said Lewandowski after his gala performance at the TV channel" Sky ". As a souvenir, he had caught the ball.His hits (53., Handelfmeter and 61., 64., 68.) woke Lewandowski memories of his legendary Bundesliga five-pack in nine minutes against VfL Wolfsburg. Again, five goals were in it, but coach Hansi Flick took "Lewa" ahead of schedule (77th). For the 31-year-old, it was the season's goals number seven to ten in the premier class, in which he has now struck a total of 63 times. National player Leon Goretzka (14) cooled the supposed cauldron "Marakana" with his opening goal early. Lewandowski finally silenced the otherwise hot-blooded Serbs – and cheered on coach Flick's fourth victory in the fourth game without conceding. Corinth Tolisso (89th) set the final point.Kimmich, Müller and Gnabry only on the Bayern BankAs the season-first go Bayern at the draw of the first knockout round on 16 December is likely to other top teams such as defending champion Liverpool FC, Manchester City or Paris St. Germain out of the way. And: With another threesome in the group final on 11 December against Tottenham Hotspur they could crack the record of six first round victories as the first German team.Flick changed its starting eleven in comparison to 4-0 in Dusseldorf on four positions and sparing Joshua Kimmich, Thomas Müller as well as Serge Gnabry. "We have to make sure that everyone gets the necessary regeneration, we have a top squad, I'm absolutely convinced that we will not let up in quality," he said – and was right. The changes had no negative impact on the Munich game. Two new players stood out: Goretzka caused with runs from the eighth position into the depth again and again for danger, Thiago gave in his first start-up assignment under Flick a sovereign six. In general, Bayern kept Belgrade far ahead of their goal with Flick's forward defense strategy. The defense to Jerome Boateng, who represented the expectant father David Alaba, was hardly challenged. Fifth Lewy goal is not recognized The Serbs, however, only ran after. Lewandowski would have had to overcome them after a sugar pass from Goretzka for the first time (7). The Pole (12th) and Kingsley Coman (12th) had another good chance before Goretzka headed home after a clever cross by Philippe Coutinho. The offensive of Red Star for captain Marko Marin did not take place. After about half an hour, the statisticians had scored 12-0 scores and 8: 1 corners for the guests. The supposed 0: 2 by Lewandowski was due to a previous hand game by Corentin Tolisso after video evidence disallowed (41). After the hand of former Munich lion Milos Degenek in his own penalty area and Lewandowskis casually transformed penalty was the game decided. But "Lewa" did not have enough …