Polish international striker Robert Lewandowski saved his team Bayern Munich from the uprising of Hertha Berlin in a thrilling encounter at the end of the third stage of the German League.
Four goals (Super Hattrick), scored by Polish international striker Robert Lewandowski, in an exciting match between the German champions Bayern Munich and his guest Hertha Berlin at the end of the third stage of the German league.
Bayern would have fallen into a draw, were it not for the fourth goal by Lewandowski, by which he gifted his team the full game points for his team by winning four goals to three.
The Bavarian raised his tally to six points in fourth place, while Herta stuck at three points in thirteenth place, after a second loss since the start of the season in exchange for a single win.
Bayern took the first goal by Lewandowski in the 40th minute, before the latter came back and scored the second goal in the 51st minute. However, Hertha Berlin managed to return to the match by scoring twice, signed by John Cordoba and Matthews Konya in the 59th and 71st minutes.
Lewandowski scored again, scoring the third goal for Bayern in the 85th minute, but the home side’s joy at the return to progress was short-lived, as Jessik Njankam tied for Herta in the 88th minute.
Lewandowski continued his brilliance, causing a penalty kick, with which he scored the fourth Bavarian goal in the third minute of stoppage time.
A disappointing draw
In another match, which was held yesterday, Sunday, in the third stage of the Bundesliga, Augsburg missed the opportunity to stand alone at the top of the championship, after falling into a goalless draw with its host Wolfsburg.
Wolfsburg, who tied in all three matches since the start of the tournament, rose to three points in the fifteenth place (fourth from the bottom), while Augsburg raised its tally to seven points in second place, on goal difference behind Leipzig (the leaders), tied with it in the same The balance.
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