Bayern Munich forward Robert Lewandowski had scored twice when Bayern beat Dynamo Kiev by 5 goals in the UCL Group E game. They played on Wednesday and secured their 9th successive win in all tournaments.
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The Polish striker failed to score on Saturday and ended a 19-game scoring run. He opened his account in the twelfth minute with a sublime penalty kick.
He added another goal to his tally in the 27th minute when he held on to a through ball from Muller and beat the Dynamo goalkeeper.
Serge Gnabry made the score 3-0 for the German giants. Leroy Sane scored their 4th in the 74th minute and Choupo-Moting completed the set by scoring a header.
Bayern Munich were dominant throughout the game and did not give any space to the Ukrainians. Their fans enjoyed the goals as they returned to their home for the first time since 2019.
Dynamo Kyiv had won only 1 of their previous 14 games in the UCL. They had a golden opportunity to score as Carlos de Pena forced a brilliant save from Manuel Neuer after a swift counterattack after 41 minutes.
This was the best that they could do after Bayern Munich stepped on the gas. They scored 3 more after putting on intense pressure on their opponents.
Serge Gnabry thundered in to make it 3-0 in the 68th before Leroy Sane, who had hit the woodwork earlier, drilled in their fourth six minutes later.
Eric Maxim Choupo-Moting scored the last goal, 3 minutes before stoppage time. Bayern Munich will travel to Benfica next on the 20th of October. They have 6 points out of a possible 6. Benfica is second in the table after they won against Barcelona, while Dynamo is third in the group.