Bayern Munich picked up a 4-2 win over Bayer Leverkusen in the DFB-Pokal (German Cup) final yesterday at Olympiastadion.
David Alaba scored the opening goal for the Bavarians with a fantastic free kick on the 16th minute. Serge Gnabry doubled Bayern’s lead with a well-taken goal and Lewandowski made it 3-0.
Sven Bender scored Leverkusen’s first goal of the game but any chances of a comeback was wiped clean when Lewandowski added his second of the game.
Kai Havertz scored a consolation goal for Leverkusen but Bayern ended up winning the game comfortably.
The German giants have already won the Bundesliga this season and they have now secured a domestic double. They will be aiming for a treble now. Bayern Munich are still in the Champions League this season.
It will be interesting to see if they can go all the way this time.
Lewandowski has now scored 51 goals this season and it is statistically the best season of his career. The Polish international will be hoping to guide his side to European glory now.
As for Leverkusen, they will be thoroughly disappointed with their performance against Bayern in the final. They struggled to match up to Bayern’s intensity and were easily beaten.
Bayern have been unplayable at times this season but that wasn’t the case last night. Leverkusen will feel that they could have pushed the champions further.