Bayern never fails

Goretzka, Gnabry and of course, Lewandowski, scored the goals from Hansi Flick's team. The Bavarians continue to press the accelerator at the top of the rankings.

Bayern-never-fails

Werder Bremen had nothing to do against a Bayern Munich that does not stumble on their way to the ninth salad bowl in a row. Hansi Flick's pupils prevailed with solvency over Kohfeldt's by 1-3 and, in this way, they again widened the difference in points with Leipzig to five. The team led by Julian Nagelsmann will face Frankfurt on Sunday and will be able to reduce differences with respect to some Munich that, for the moment, do not show signs of weakness.

It cost the Bavarians at first in which they only managed to get closer to the rival area through a long shot from Gnabry. Then the champion increased the pressure on the home area and was soon rewarded with the first goal thanks to a header from Goretzka. From that moment on, Bayern took control of the crash and extended their lead through Gnabry. Bremen tried to rebel, that yes, without being able to seriously endanger the framework protected by Neuer.

Followed by Bayern and did not take long to expand the result after the second assist from the imperial Müller that Gnabry knew how to materialize. The one who remained unmarked was Lewandowski, who came to run into the wood up to three times. But the Pole would not be The Best if he had not insisted and scored the third, which increases his quota to 32 goals in the Bundesliga, eight less than the eternal record of Torpedo Müller. And it caused Füllkrug's goal to remain a mere anecdote.



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