Right Now Times : Robert Lewandowski scored more than 50 goals this season and helped Bayern Munich win against Bayer Leverkusen on Saturday, winning the German Cup for the twentieth time in its history.
Bayern Munich’s David Alaba free kick allowed forward, and Serge Gnabry added another goal after that, before Levandowski scored the third long-range kick that Leverkusen’s goalkeeper, Lucas Hradeaky, could not stop.
Right Now Times : Sven Bender’s header gave hope to Leverkusen, but Lewandowski’s second goal decided the score for Bayern.
Kay Harvets scored a second goal for Leverkusen with a penalty kick in the final moments of the match.
Bayern Munich set a new record as they played 26 games unbeaten, having drawn only once in this race since December.
Right Now Times : He also set another record by winning 17 games in a row.
Right Now Times : Leverkusen managed to take control for about 20 minutes after reaching 3-1, but Bayern players managed to break this control quickly.
After Lewandowski scored two impressive goals, the Polish international went up to 51 goals in 44 games this season with Bayern.
Right Now Times : In the first goal, Lewandowski controlled a long kick from Manuel Neuer before firing a shot from at least 30 yards away, and the Leverkusen keeper was unable to stop and drive the ball away, finally entering his goal. Lewandowski scored his second goal, which ended Leverkusen’s hopes, when the ball settled the goal after crossing over Hradiki’s head.
Leverkusen have lost in recent years the UEFA Champions League final and three German Cup finals and ended up as runner-up to the Bundesliga five times, since they won only two major championships twice – the UEFA Cup in 1988 and the German Cup in 1993.
Right Now Times : The season for either club has not ended yet, as Bayern Munich face Chelsea in the Champions League in the 16th Champions League next month, after winning the first leg 3-0.
Leverkusen also beat Rangers 3-1 in the first leg of the last 16 of the European League.