The Bavarian team prevailed 3-2 with goals from Alaba, Lewandowski and Sané and became the only leader in the Bundesliga.
There was a classic in Germany and it was entertaining because Borussia Dortmund started winning, but Bayern Munich recovered, knew how to turn it around and celebrated a 3-2 victory that placed it as the only leader of the Bundesliga played seven rounds.
Bayern is a true machine: they won the last five games they played and only lost one of the last seven, by a thrashing against Hoffenheim on the second date of the tournament.
This German classic brought the added spice that the top of the tournament was at stake and also the special duel between Robert Lewandowski and Erling Haaland, two of the best forwards in the Bundesliga.
As far as goals are concerned, they remained at hand because they scored one each, but the Polish forward also gave an assist and became the figure of the match (VAR annulled him in the first half for an offside goal).
As for the process of the match, Dortmund began winning with a goal 45 minutes into the first half by Marco Reus, but in injury time and four minutes later David Alaba established the partial tie.
Four minutes into the complement, Lewandoski scored his goal – with a header, surpassing Hummels’ mark – and overtook Bayern. At 35 minutes Leroy Sané widened the difference and seemed to sentence the game, but with seven minutes left the irreverent Haaland appeared to put Neuer on the ground after a hook, score his goal and put the definition of the game on hold.
Bayern Munich is the current champion of the Champions League and since the Bundesliga began in September they have achieved six wins and only been defeated once.
His numbers in attack are impressive: he has scored 27 goals in seven games, averaging four goals per game, a figure to be feared. On a defensive level, the Bavarian team received 11 goals against and their goal difference is +16, the best in the tournament (Leipzig guard has +11).
The position table was as follows in the Bundesliga: Bayern Munich leads with 18 points and is followed by RB Leipzig (16), Dortmund (15), FC Union Berlin (12) and the Bayer Leverkusen of Argentine striker Lucas Alario also with 12 units.