Robert Lewandowski and Alphonso Davies were among the goalscorers, as Bayern Munich drew one stage nearer to a mind-boggling eighth consecutive Bundesliga title with a persuading 5-0 win over Fortuna Düsseldorf.
Bayern told their expectation as Lewandowski had precluded an early goal for offside before Benjamin Pavard accidentally turned in Zanka for 1-0.
Thomas Müller compelled Florian Kastenmeier to brilliant plunging save soon after, however, Bayern didn’t have to wait long for goal number two. By and by, the supplier was Joshua Kimmich, taking Pavard off from another pinpoint corner.
When he got a square in on Kenan Karaman’s goal-bound attempt, Davies denied the visitors an impossible course back to the match, yet when Lewandowski started and completed a dazzling team push with his season’s 28th league goal, and first-ever against Düsseldorf, any Fortuna trusts harboring to be still in the game were dashed.
As soon as the restart David Alaba stung Kastenmeier’s hands, Bayern had been all over Fortuna like a rash. Kingsley Coman and Serge Gnabry collaborated to set up Lewandowski for his second of the challenge before Davies got the act together with a solid run and formed completion.
The record champions didn’t become complacent, in spite of giving Karaman and Andre Hofmann presentable chances and getting the game closed up.
Lewandowski went over and met the gloves of Kastenmeier on either side of Müller ‘s short proximity attempt that was all-ground-breaking and not accurate. Serge Gnabry was also thwarted, as Bayern pushed 10 focuses clear at the top on the back of an eighth consecutive Bundesliga win.