Lewandowski Two Goals, Bayern Defeat Frankfurt 3-0
Munich – Bayern Munich reap the full points against Eintracht Frankfurt in the Bundesliga continued. Bayern won 3-0 thanks to a donation of two goals from Robert Lewandowski and a goal from Thomas Mueller.
Entertaining Frankfurt in the 28th week of the Bundesliga at the Allianz Arena on Saturday (04/11/2015) night, Bayern without several regular starters are injured. Therefore, Pep Guardiola to rotate in a number of positions.
Pepe Reina gets a chance to be a starter for guarding against Bayern. While the injury Mehdi Benatia, Xabi Alonso is installed as a central defender duet with Dante.
Bayern was superior when the game runs 15 minutes. Lewandowski Bayern open the scoring through a volley from inside the penalty box.
Mueller sent the ball to Lewandowski through a header. Lewandowski then control the ball for a while before releasing a volley which leads into the right corner of the goal Frankfurt.
Bayern doubled the lead in the 66th minute. Lewandowski re-listed his name on the scoreboard after goalkeeper Kevin Trapp with a header.
This goal came from Philipp Lahm who send feedback to Mario Goetze in the penalty box. Goetze immediately fired, but could be blocked in front of goal by Makoto Hasebe. Hasebe ball blocked by Lewandowski headlong directly in front of goal.
Lewandowski almost carve a hat-trick in the 76th minute. But his right foot shot was countered by the goalpost.
Excellence Bayern finally grow in the 82nd minute. Mueller completed the Bayern attack through a kick from a narrow angle on the left side.
This goal came from Mitchell Weiser were able to get into the penalty box and intend to ‘poke’ the ball past Trapp. No ball towards goal, but it could still be pursued by Mueller. From a narrow angle on the left side, directly Mueller scored the ball into the goal.
Four minutes later, Bayern almost scored a fourth goal. However, the final settlement of gwang Lewandowski was wide.
Until the referee blew the long whistle, no additional goals are created. Score 3-0 to Bayern stay afloat until the game is finished.
With this victory, Bayern are still lead further away from rivals. Die Roten are now collecting 70 points from 28 matches, winning 13 points from Wolfsburg who will compete. While Frankfurt stuck in eighth position with 35 points.
Bayern: Reina; Rafinha (Badstuber 84 ‘), Dante, Xabi Alonso, Bernat; Thiago (Rode 70 ‘), Lahm (Gaudino 78’); Weiser, Muller, Gotze; Lewandowski
Frankfurt: Trapp; Chandler, Madlung, Anderson (Ignjovski 73 ‘), Oczipka; Aigner (Piazon 71 ‘), Stendara, Hasebe, Kittel; Seferovic, Valdez