Lewandowski crushes Haaland

The Pole scored a double in Bayern Munich's 3-1 win over Borussia Dortmund that gave the Bundesliga champions the German Super Cup.

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Robert Lewandowski is still the king of the goal. The Polish star scored a double in Bayern Munich's 3-1 win against Borussia Dortmund that gave the German Super Cup to the Bundesliga champion and also served Lewy to win the umpteenth pulse from Erling Haaland . It was also the first win for Julian Nagelsmann in his sixth game as the Bavarians' new manager. The award was, nothing more and nothing less, to be able to lift the first title of his career after his stages in Hoffenheim and Leipzig. With Lewandowski, everything is easier.

The casualties forced Nagelsmann to go back to shooting from the quarry when it came to making his eleven. Stanisic was in charge of replacing the injured Pavard on the right side and, above, the coach opted for Coman instead of Sané for the left lane. At Borussia, Rose surprised by lining up young Moukoko alongside golden boy Haaland in the black-yellow attack. Behind them, Passlack, Witsel, Akanji and Schulz formed a makeshift line of four in the face of the plague of injuries in the Borusser defense.

BVB received a bill for the casualties. Especially on the right side, where Passlack showed deficiencies in the face of Davies' constant push. Two errors by the Borusser defender led to Bayern's two best chances in the first half, but neither Müller nor Coman were fine in the face of the frame protected by Kobel. It was the only thing to blame for a Borussia that displayed the verticality that characterizes it so much and that did not go ahead due to the reflections of the imperial Neuer. He won two heads-up against Reus and Haaland and, in this way, woke up his Bayern.

The Bavarians rebelled. They accepted the exchange of blows. And Lewy began to appear. His first shot, point-blank, crashed into Witsel. The Pole requested a penalty, but the referee was convinced that the leather had hit the Belgian's shoulder. At the second of the nine, just after Moukoko was disallowed for offside, it was the charm. Gnabry hung a center in the heart of the area and the Munich kíller escaped from the mark to head the leather to the back of the net with a huge power that left Kobel without any opportunity. It was his twenty-third goal in his twenty-fourth game against his former team. Lethal.

The goal, just on the brink of halftime, left Dortmund in shock. It was noticed after the restart. It took Bayern just four minutes to punish Passlack's accumulation of errors on the Borusser right-handed side. Davies found the depth and served a low cross that Lewy let pass so that Müller raised the second to empty goal.

The BVB was reeling. Until Reus returned to the party to his by means of a right that entered by the square of Neuer. Borussia grew. He squeezed. He looked for the tie. But the usual one appeared to put things in their place. The umpteenth BVB error, this time from Akanji, left Lewandowski alone against Kobel. And, as usual, the king of the goal did not forgive. Lewandowski continues to reign.



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