Lewandowski hat trick helps 10-man Bayern hold a 4-point lead:
“Player Robert Lewandowski hit a hat-trick in the first half on Saturday as 10-man Bayern Munich maintained their four-point lead at the top of the Bundesliga with a 4–0 win over Stuttgart”. After a big win, the team got good points and the team became even stronger. “Bayern started playing well after Canada’s youngster Alphonso Davis was sent off for a poor tackle on Wattru Ando of Stuttgart in the 12th minute”. The defending champions’ reaction kept Leipzig at bay before meeting the teams on 4 April.
We want to dispose of it as soon as possible, Bayern coach Hansie Flick said of his team’s bid for a record ninth consecutive title. ‘That’s why we’re happy to get three points in these situations, with most players short for the game.
How many records should I break to make that record said Lewandowski, who finished second in the Claus Fisher race on the all-time Bundesliga scorer list between 1968–88. They have made a lot of records, they have given very good performances for the team.
Lewandowski on 271 goals out of 346 games for Bayern and Borussia Dortmund. Only Muller, who scored 365 runs in 427 games for Beach Bayern, is more. “Davis was initially shown a yellow card to land with his stud on Endo’s ankle, but a VAR check changed it to read”. Only the senders were seen showering on their companions. In the 18th minute, Thomas Muller and Leroy Saney played their way through the Stuttgart defense for Gunbry to score Bern’s second goal, before Serge Gunbury opened his account for Lewandowski in the 18th minuteR
DORTMUND DROPPED POINTS:
Erring Holland scored their second goal in Cologne to win 2–2 for Boringia Dortmund, but the visiting team finished fourth, finishing fourth from Berlin. Emerged from a vigorous game with a win at -2. Robert Andrich with his own goal was three goals from the Frankfurt 20m (yard), three goals in six minutes in the first half. Max Kruse scored twice for the Union, playing very well and giving his full performance for his country.