Champions League: Two Lewandowski goals facilitate Bayern

FC Bayern Munich opened the door to the knockout stages of the Champions League with a 2-0 (1-0) win over AEK Athens. Both hits for the German champions scored on Wednesday Robert Lewandowski. After 31 minutes he was successful with a penalty. Uros Cosic had plucked the Pole on the jersey, Lewandowski fell to the ground, and the gate judge decided on penalty. In the 71st minute, the striker loped the ball to the corner of Joshua Kimmich with the tip of his foot over the line. It was the hits three and four by Lewandowski in this season's premier class. The Bayern lead now ten games before the end of the preliminary round with ten points to the table of Group E.


    Football Bundesliga club TSG Hoffenheim has maintained its minimal chance of catching up in the second round of the Champions League by catching up. The team of coach Julian Nagelsmann came in the fourth game of Group F in outnumbered still to a 2-2 (0: 2) at Olympique Lyon. TSG is third with three points behind Manchester City (9) and Lyon (6). Nabil Fekir (19.) and Tanguy Ndombele (28.) met for the hosts in Lyon on Wednesday, Andrej Kramaric (65.) and Pavel Kaderabek (90. + 2.) Are still in second place to score 2-2. Kasim Adams (51.) had previously seen the yellow card for TSG because of repeated foul play.


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