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German League: Historic first half – Bayern destroy Leverkusen

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Historic first half – Bayern destroys Leverkusen

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Robert Lewandowski opened the scoring with a double

What: Reuters

The first match in the Bundesliga is indeed a memorable event in the first half. Anyone who thought Leverkusen could shake the throne of Bayern Munich was completely wrong. The champion of record breaks the opponent down into individual pieces.

NSAyer Leverkusen have had a good season so far and were level on points with Bayern before the eighth round. The new power must now be demonstrated in a direct duel. But it turned out to be quite different. The champions of the record broke up the opponent in the first half according to all the rules of art. After 45 minutes, Munich took a 5-0 lead.

Twice Robert Lewandowski (4/30), Thomas Muller (34) and twice Serge Gnabry (35/37) took the lead against completely struggling Leverkusen. 5: 0 means a double historical result.

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When everything is already decided after 38 minutes …

Source: AP / Martin Meissner

In an away game in Bundesliga history, Bayern have never entered the first half by five goals. Also, Leverkusen did not enter the dressing room with this lack.

Thomas Muller equals Rudi Fuller

Lewandowski also finished a run of two Bundesliga matches without a goal. The pole now scored 33 goals in the Bundesliga in 2021, setting his annual record. So in October. This was also the 73rd time he scored two or more goals in the Bundesliga.

The Muller Gate also had historical significance. For the striker, his goal was 132 in the German League. Thus, he tied with Rudi Fuller in the 23rd place on the list of all-time scorers.

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