Robert Lewandowski scores twice as Bayern lift their 20th Germany Cup

Robert Lewandowski scores twice as Bayern lift their 20th Germany Cup

Not much effort was needed for Bayern Munich to lift another trophy as they easily outclassed Bayer Leverkusen 4-2 at Olympiastadion.

Bundesliga champions still run their hopes of a treble after beating Leverkusen in Berlin to win their 20th German Cup in history. 

Austrian left-back David Alaba gave Bavarians the lead with a perfectly executed free kick in the 16th minute after Robert Lewandowski earned a foul near the box.

The lead was doubled when brilliant Josuha Kimmich's pass released Serge Gnabry on the right flank and the winger's cool shot nestled into the bottom corner.

It was the 20th goal of the season for a 24-year-old former Arsenal player.

Leverkusen was mainly a training partner in this outcome as they couldn't really find themselves against in-form Bayern players.

Lewandowski made it 3-0 after a volleyed strike from a long-range, thus it wasn't the strong shot, Finish goalkeeper Hradecky didn't handle the ball well which crept over the line to give Polish man his 50th goal of the campaign. 

Bayer scored four minutes later after Sven Bender headed home after a corner kick, but his team anyway lost the hope already previously and . 

Lewandowski added another one to his tally, with a chip over the goalkeeper just before the injury time. 

The video assistant referee alerted a situation in the box which awarded Leverkusen a penalty in the dying minutes. Kai Havert'z strike into the top corner was the final kick of the match. 

Hansi Flick and his men now have enough time to prepare for Champions League in August, and as the things stand now, Bayern have a big appetite and are aiming to win the most glorious European trophy as well.


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