Bayern Munich secured its third of the season's victory of the season on Saturday, with a five-goal lead in the first half showed how far Borussia Dortmund is from his previous glittering performance.
The team of Jupp Heynckes could have been crowned champion this weekend without the victory of Schalke against Freiburg, but the defeat of the Westphalian rival certainly contributed to the disappointment. Dortmund still remains in the top 3 of the table. Emagazine.credit-suisse.com/app/art … = 157 & lang = DE On Sunday, Eintracht Frankfurt can tie points with Werder Bremen [Yellow yellow] staged
The Bayern wanted to make a statement in the Allianz Arena and absolutely wanted the three points start by Thomas Müller and James Rodríguez in midfield
The Saturday visitors decided as expected for the 22-year-old defender Manuel Akanji, but the partnership of Mahmoud Dahou d and Gonzalo Castro raised a few eyebrows before kicking off.
A clever flick by Thomas Müller gave Bayern the first goal, but his left foot was harmless after only two minutes. Michy Batshuayi responded immediately when he won a corner for Dortmund and Mario Götze was shot over the crossbar.
Robert Lewandowski had the ball in goal after less than five minutes struck the offside trap of Borussia Dortmund. Repeats showed that the Polish striker was in an offside position, but VAR controversially decided to leave the goal.
The video assistant referee then came to help Dortmund, as Franck Ribéry could double the Bayern lead three minutes later.
The Frenchman calmly put the ball into the net after an excellent job by Müller, but a slight touch from James Rodríguez put him offside ̵
For Borussia Dortmund things got worse and worse as Gonzalo Castro lost the ball unnecessarily in the middle of the park.
The Bayern moved quickly from the defense in the attack and Lewandowski played an unmarked Müller, the Raumdeuter acted from close range error-free.
Bayern Munich continued to dominate and the hosts had the ball in the back two more times before the break.
Franck Ribéry threw Dortmund into the net to substitute Lewandowski in the last action of the first half, but the French winger struck the opposing goal before the referee whistled over an advancing Bürki.
The Bavarians started completely in the second half and started with a ballbesitzstärkeren style of play, which held their big lead and Dortmund only further frustrated.
Roman Bürki and Sokratis came to Dortmund in the first 15 minutes after the break to prevent Arjen Robben and James Rodríguez from finishing.
Mario Götze then found himself with AC again He tried to intercept the ball from the edge of the box, and his left foot went past Sven Ulreich. However, the World Cup winner was denied a goal in the Allianz Arena by the post.
Robert Lewandowski had the chance to score against his former team, but the Polish striker failed to get his shot in the loop Englisch: emagazine.credit-suisse.com/app/art … = 157 & lang = en = en
Dortmund's best player on Saturday Lukasz Piszczek gave Ulreich a shot on his weaker foot in trouble, but the visitors had no real chances.  Lewandowski finished his hat-trick before the final whistle to clear the last point of the game. Substitute Joshua Kimmich in combination with Thomas Mueller ensured a place win and the Polish international scored with his 10-0 goal against Borussia Dortmund.