Lewandowski snatches hat trick as Bayern defeat Hamburg

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Robert Lewandowski got a hat trick as Bayern Munich cavorted to a 6-0 triumph over emergency stricken Hamburg in the Bundesliga on Saturday. 

The triumph keeps Bayern on course to wrap up another Bundesliga title — their 6th in succession — before the finish of March, and loads wretchedness on Hamburg, who are currently without a win in 13 games. Bayern have made a propensity for recording huge home wins over Hamburg at the Allianz Arena as of late and it took them under eight minutes to lead the pack this time. Franck Ribery split away on the left before adjusting goalkeeper Christian Mathenia to space in the opener. 

Only four minutes after the fact, Lewandowski headed in a Joshua Kimmich cross to twofold the lead for Bayern. The Polish global struck again in the nineteenth moment, after a pinpoint long ball from Jerome Boateng had opened up the Hamburg barrier. 

Arjen Robben let go in Bayern's fourth on 55 minutes, and Ribery made it five with a mazy solo keep running in the 80th moment. Lewandowski shot one penalty over the bar on 85 minutes, before changing over a moment spot-kick minutes from time to finish his hat trick. His most recent adventures before goal mean he is currently Bayern's unsurpassed driving remote objective scorer with 141 from 182 matchess in all rivalries, surpassing the Brazilian Giovane Elber, who played for the club from 1997 to 2003. 

Bayern now hold a 20-point lead at the highest point of the table over Schalke, who won 1-0 at Mainz on Friday, while Hamburg stay seven points hapless of well being as they try to maintain a strategic distance from a first relegation in their history. 
Lewandowski snatches hat trick as Bayern defeat Hamburg Lewandowski snatches hat trick as Bayern defeat Hamburg Reviewed by Jedidiah Mayor on March 10, 2018 Rating: 5

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