Lewandowski's poker to save Bayern

Recent German Super Cup winners Bayern regained their sensations in the Bundesliga after their last defeat against Hoffeinheim, with a long-suffering victory over Hertha.

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Robert Lewandowski continues to be the life insurance of a Bayern that, with each passing match, becomes more human. A week after leaving Hoffenheim thrashed, the Bavarians were about to add their second consecutive game in the Bundesliga without winning, but the Pole again resolved the ballot with four goals that served to decide a crazy match against a brave Hertha from Berlin in favor of yours. The final 4-3 puts Bayern in fourth position in the table, but it will cause a lot of headache to a Flick who sees what his team suffers in defense.Seven days after the blow suffered in Hoffenheim, Bayern once again transmitted little freshness against Hertha. Flick decided to rotate and lined up young Richards on the right back, but the experiment didn't go all that well. Bruno Labbadia's pupils bothered Kimmich and Goretzka in the creation, forced the odd loss and launched counterattacks through Córdoba and Lukebakio. The Colombian managed to overtake his team in a race behind Lucas, but the referee canceled the goal for offside.

The only one who pulled the Munich car was the usual one. After the VAR invalidated a goal from Müller, Lewandowski threw the team on his back and left the clash practically decided in the 50th minute after a pure killer double. Of course, the Pole could not help behind, where Bayern suffers life when the forwards attack the spaces in the back of the centrals. Hertha did not give up and got the almost reward in a final match of pure madness.

Córdoba headlining and Cunha, in a heads up with Neuer, achieved the well deserved draw for the Berliners. Those from the capital wanted more, especially considering that Flick was forced to move the bench due to symptoms of fatigue in Lucas, Kimmich and Richards. But Lewandowski was still on the green. And those who know the top scorer from the last Champions League, Bundesliga and Pokal know that Bayern's nine never get tired. Five minutes from the end he appeared again in the area to materialize a great assistance from Müller.

It was the sentence. But no. In an act of rebellion in the 88th minute, the newcomer Ngankam turned the tables upside down and left the locals speechless. They did not give credit. The game had turned completely unpredictable, but Lewandowski kept a cool head. It is what a player has who comes from winning five titles in one season. He received in the area in 93, was brought down by Mittelstädt and threw the leather from eleven meters towards the back of the net. No Bayern without Lewy



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