Robert Lewandowski has scored yet again in Bayern Munich’s 7-0 rout of promoted Bochum in the Bundesliga, stretching his amazing bustle to 19 consecutive games across all competitions for the champions.
The Poland star’s 2d-half goal on Saturday also ensured he became the primary Bundesliga player to salvage in 13 consecutive home games as Bayern went top of the league on their quest for a 10th successive title.
Visiting Bochum had made a stable start till Leroy Sane opened the scoring with a brilliant free kick in the 17th minute with Bayern’s first shot on target.
Sane then location up Joshua Kimmich in the 27th and Serge Gnabry picked the far nook for Bayern’s third in the 32nd.
An contain goal from Vasilios Lampropoulos achieved a first half to forget for Bochum before Poland’s Lewandowski made it 5-0 fair after the hour mark to lengthen his club-epic bustle which has viewed him gain in every game since February 15.
He’s also moved within one game of Gerd Muller’s German epic of having scored in 16 league matches in a row.
Kimmich obtained his 2d goal four minutes later before substitute Eric Maxim Choupo-Moting made it 7-0 in the 79th.
In diversified places, last season’s runners-up RB Leipzig, original from their Champions League hammering by Manchester City, were held 1-1 at Cologne to remain in the lowlands with fair one victory, despite Amadou Haidara cancelling out the home facet’s lead via Anthony Modeste.
Modeste let the tears come after scoring for his late father, who died after illness aged 64 in December 2018.
“Papa’s birthday is today,” Modeste instructed Sky TV, becoming tearful. “Yeah, or not it is emotional for me. I lost my father three years ago and he is terribly important to me.”
It was Modeste’s fourth goal in five league games this season.
Florian Niederlechner’s late goal gave Augsburg a 1-0 victory, their first win of the season, over Borussia Monchengladbach whereas there have been goalless draws between Mainz and Freiburg and also at Arminia Bielefeld against Hoffenheim.