Philippe Coutinho scored an excellent hat-trick, and Robert Lewandowski hit the back of the net twice as Bayern Munich thrashed Werder Bremen 6-1 at Allianz Arena.
Coutinho’s former club, Barcelona were held for a 2-2 draw, despite Messi, Suarez, and Griezmann starting for the Catalan club.
Brazilian Philippe Coutinho tapped home Bayern’s first before an outrageous lob over the keeper for his second and then curled a 20-yard shot for his hat-trick at 78″ of the match.
Milot Rashica had put Werder ahead before Bayern fought back to secure 6-1 win. Thomas Muller scored at 75″ of the match.
Lewandowski moved his tally to 29 goals from 23 outings. He scored at closing moments of first half and 72″.
Bayern Munich moved up from seventh to fourth in the table. They lost their previous two league games.
- Premier League
- Liverpool vs Wartford: Salah braces ensure Red win over Wartford
- Tottenham 2-1 Wolves: Vertonghen earned late winner for Spurs
- Manchester United 1-1 Everton: Draw saw United at 6th place in table
- Manchester City 3-0 Arsenal: De Bruyne braces helped City to win
- Bayern vs Werder: Bayern win 6-1, Coutinho scored hat-trick, Lewandowski braces
- Dortmund vs Mainz: Dortmund win 4-0, Sancho scored consecutive six
- La Liga
- Barcelona vs Real Sociedad: Barca held for a 2-2 draw
- Real Madrid 1:1 Valencia: Benzema scored equaliser during final moments
- Serie A
- Juventus 3-1 Udinese: Ronaldo-Dybala-Higuain start, Ronaldo scores double
- Inter Milan 1-1 Fiorentina: Inter concede lead to draw at injury time
- Ligue 1
- PSG 4-0 St.Etlenne: Mbappe, Paredes and Icardi score