Robert Lewandowski got a cap stunt against his previous side, as Bayern Munich energized back from two objectives down, to overcome Borussia Dortmund 4-2 an on Saturday night.
Bayern rolled out two improvements, as Thomas Muller and Kingsley Coman returned while Dortmund made four modifications, with Thorgan Hazard, Thomas Meunier, Nico Schulz and Dan-Axel Zagadou all reviewed.
Erling Haaland gave the guests an ideal beginning subsequent to giving them the lead in the second moment, with an avoided shot from the edge of the case after an offload from Thomas Delaney.
Haaland immediately made it 2-0 for BVB in the 10th moment, and got his support with a short proximity finish, after a decent assaulting play prompted Hazard playing a cut-back in a perilous region.
Robert Lewandowski pulled an objective back for the Bavarians in the 26th moment with a tap-in, after Leroy Sane accomplished all the work, to beat his marker on the left wing and played a square pass.
Bayern were granted a spot-kick not long before the separate, after Mahmoud Dahoud carried Coman inside the crate, with the assistance of the Video Assistant Referee (VAR) screen, and Lewandowski planted his strike into the base corner to balance for the hosts.
Lewandowski got an opportunity to make it 3-2 for Hans-Dieter Flick's charges, in the 63rd moment subsequent to getting an offload from Sane on the edge of the container, yet he blasted his work over the bar.
Nonetheless, Leon Goretzka finished the rebound or the hosts over the most recent two minutes, with a low strike inside the crate subsequent to jumping on a bounce back.
Lewandowski fixed the three focuses for Flick's soldiers, and finished his cap stunt in the last moment, with a strike across objective into the base corner to send the Bavarians top of the log.
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