Bayern’s hand to Fortuna and Lewandowski reaches 43 goals

Bayern Munich are cruising at their eighth consecutive Bundesliga. Fortuna Düsseldorf, second to last and in the permanent playoff position, was no match for the Bavarian colossus, who with his win (5-0) provisionally increased his advantage over Borussia Dotmund to 10 points, who tomorrow visits bottom team Paderborn, to 5 days of the end of the championship.

Robert Lewandowski, author of a double, has 29 goals in 29 days and is consolidated as the top scorer of the championship, but also reached 43 since the start of the season and equaled his best personal record of 2016-17, also with Bayern.

15 wins and a draw

Fifteen wins and a draw in the last 16 days reflect Bayern’s superiority in the Bundesliga, endorsed with 12 points out of 12 that it has added since the championship resumed after two months of halt due to the coronavirus pandemic.

Bayern coach Hansi Flick repeated the lineup on Tuesday in the vital Klassiker won at Dortmund (0-1) with the exception of Lucas Hernandez, the starter for the first time since February 21 to the detriment of Jérôme Boateng.

Pavard force 1-0 own goal

It was Benjamin Pavard who put Bayern’s easy triumph on track, participating in the first two goals, dominating from the initial whistle thanks to quick football on the wings, pressure and title hunger despite the absence of the still injured Thiago Alcántara.

The 1-0 came in the 15th minute. Thomas Müller sent a chopped ball to the far post, Serge Gnabry first delayed and Pavard fell, ending with bad luck for Mathias Jörgensen, known as Zanka, to lodge the ball in his goal in his I try to prevent him from entering.

Al Fortuna barely lasted the ball at his feet and, helpless, saw how the goals were happening. Before half an hour, Pavard scored 2-0 in a corner that forced after a new hospitalization on the right and a subsequent shot by Müller that Florian Kastenmeier took out as best he could.

Pavard, just like before Union Berlin

Joshua Kimmick bounced the corner kick and Pavard scored with an excellent chopped header. Somewhat traced to the one that the French defender managed on May 17 and that closed Bayern’s 0-2 victory over Union Berlin on the first day after the break.

Fortuna had the opportunity to get into the game on their first arrival, but Alphonso Davies, providential, blocked the shot by Kenan Karaman after controlling in the area (33 ’).

Lewandowski sentenced before the break

But before the break he sentenced with exquisite collective action. Lewandowski sent a deep heel to Kimmich, who also gave spur to Müllier, who assisted Lewandowski to make it 3-0 (43 ’).

With the game decided, Hansi Flick decided to try out and left Lucas Hernández in the booth to give entrance to Michael Cuisance, who at 20 played double pivot, while Kimmich was delayed to be central.

A merciless Bayern

Bayern, ambitious, did not give truce to Fortuna and Lewandowski, with his heel, showed off to make it 4-0 after Gnabry (50 ’). The Davies lane joined the party and closed the ita hand ’by stealing a ball in the front of the area and interning between several rivals for speed before beating Kastenmaier.

Debut of Batista Meier

The game had no history and, in 78 ‘, winger Oliver Batista Meier debuted with Bayern at age 19. The leader is in overwhelming mode after the break, with wins against Union Berlin (0-2), Eintracht Frankfurt (5-2), Borussia Dortmund (0-1) and Fortuna Düsseldorf (5-0), although Saturday awaits him Bayer Leverkusen by Kai Havertz.