Bayern Munich retains command of the German League | Soccer

Bayern Munich won this Saturday’s trip to Bremen for the 25th round of the Bundesliga and beat Werder Bremen 3-1. The Polish international Robert Lewandowski signed the third goal of the Bavarian formation, which in this way retains command of the German league with 58 points in 25 games.

With less than one encounter and 53 points, RB Leipzig scored Schalke 04 in Wolfsburg (5-0) and approached second place with 48 points.

Lewandowski scored a goal in the best series for Bayern Munich’s top scorer, who scored 32 league goals, for the sixth time in a row in all competitions.

Thomas Müller was in the spotlight with two assists in the first two goals (Goretzka, 22 ‘and Gnabry, 35’), in a game in which Niclas Fullkrug (85 ‘) scored the honorary goal of the local team, 12th overall, with 30 Points.

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