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Lewandowski hat-trick sees Bayern punish BVB


Result: Bayern Munich 4-2 Borussia Dortmund 

Date: 06 March 2021 

Setting: Allianz Arena 

Der Klassiker satisfied the expectations as Bayern Munich returned from two objectives, to beat Borussia Dortmund 4-2, with Robert Lewandowski packing a cap stunt. 

Dortmund are without both Jadon Sancho and Raphael Guerreiro for the challenge. There were four changes altogether for Dortmund as Thomas Meunier, Nico Schulz and Dan-Axel Zagadou returned into the four. 

Dortmund were ahead inside two minutes in Munich. Meunier's high ball into the center wasn't managed on the edge of the Bayern zone, and Haaland could cut it down. He had space to shoot and an ignite Jerome Boateng brought it into the far base corner past Manuel Neuer. 

Haaland found the net for the second time in the space of the initial nine minutes. Mahmoud Dahoud's pass to Schulz on the left opened up space and he opened Hazard in behind, who cut the ball across past Neuer and in the ideal spot for Haaland to hit home. 

With Haaland capturing everyone's attention, Lewandowski got his objective on 27 minutes, with a straightforward completion from short proximity in the wake of getting on the finish of Sane's cross. 

A moment before the half-time stretch, Coman was brought somewhere around Dahoud and the official highlighted the spot. Lewandowski ventured up and opened the ball past the guardian for his 30th objective of the mission. 

Soon after the hour mark, Sane locked onto a long ball over the Dortmund guard, holding off Hummels before he laid the ball off for Lewandowski, who shot from 18 yards, yet twisted the ball over the top. 

Haaland at that point fell off with a niggle and was supplanted by Tigges, while Julian Brandt supplanted Hazard. Furthermore, the substitute Tigges spotted Neuer off his line from the midway line, and shot at objective with the ball on the bob however Neuer recuperated to snatch it. 

Exactly when it looked as though the game was setting out toward a draw, the Bavarians scored two objectives one after another in the 88th moment and 90th moment. 

To start with, Meunier's freedom tumbled to Goretzka on the edge of the crate and it was a miss-hit volley, yet it ricocheted past the span of Hitz to settle in the base corner. 

And afterward Sane made a sharp faker before Lewandowski controlled the ball, and fueled home past Hitz from 20 yards with an extraordinary strike low across objective to cover a fabulous rebound.

Source: Soccer Laduma

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Borussia Dortmund Dan-Axel Zagadou Nico Schulz Raphael Guerreiro Thomas Meunier


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