Lewandowski bagged 2 goals and an assist to inspire a 10-man Bayern Munich side to a 3-1 win over Wolfsburg in the Bundesliga
The Bavarians did nothing to improve their poor run of form in the early stages as they struggled to carve out chances in the opening 15 minutes. The visitors eventually took the lead at the 30-minute mark when Hummels threaded a superb pass for Lewandowski, who calmly placed the ball through the legs of Casteels.
Kovac’s men dominated the remainder of the first half, but they were unable to add to their advantage before the half-time break. The lead was doubled 3 minutes into the second half when Gnabry’s cross found Lewandowski, who rounded Casteels before slotting into an empty net.
Wolsfburg pulled one back through Weghorst, but Bayern calmed the fears of their supporters by restoring their 2-goal advantage in the 72nd minute, with Lewandowski turning provider to pick Rodriguez for the close range finish.