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Lewandowski Bags Record As Bayern Go Nine Points Clear In Germany

BERLIN - Bayern Munich opened an important lead at the highest point of the Bundesliga table Friday with a 4-0 home success over Wolfsburg as objective scorers Robert Lewandowski, Thomas Mueller and Dayot Upamecano every single praised achievement.

Mueller denoted his 400th Bundesliga appearance by opening the scoring with his 222nd association objective before safeguard Upamecano, endorsed from Leipzig for this season, headed in his first objective in the well known red Bayern shirt.

Leroy Sane then, at that point, established a shot into the left corner on the hour mark.

Lewandowski, who on Tuesday equalled Gerd Mueller's record of 42 German association objectives in a schedule year from 1972, covered an affair night with Bayern's fourth to guarantee the new record inside and out.

This was Bayern's last match before the Bundesliga winter break and lead trainer Julian Nagelsmann was satisfied with the presentation.

"We guarded well, squeezed them hard, won basically every ball in our own half and we had the right to win by that edge," said Nagelsmann.

The Bayern supervisor likewise commended Lewandowski's most recent record, "he truly merits it, particularly as he scored with his more fragile foot".

Bayern's lead at the highest point of the Bundesliga table can be managed on Saturday by second-put Borussia Dortmund, who are away to Hertha Berlin.

Before start off, Bayern sports chief Hasan Salihamidzic precluded any new signings in the approaching January move window.

"We are all around very much staffed, that's true," he focused, "we will proceed as things are this season."


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