Bayern Munich retained the German Cup crown
Robert Lewandowski created a special effort in his career. The group tasted another name. Bayern Munich kept the German Cup crown after dropping to Bayer Leverkusen. Hans Flick’s side won 4-2 in Saturday’s title fight in Berlin. Bayern would be the second successive championship and the album 20th time in this moment major contest in Germany. And a couple of days back, the group won the Bundesliga title for the eighth time in a row.
With this, Bayern won the German Cup a record 20 times. This is their 13th domestic double. Hens-Dieter Flick also set a new record of 26 unbeaten matches in the club’s history. Winning 17 matches in a row is another record of Bayern.
Bayern went ahead in the 16th minute. Austrian defender Alaba found the address by posting a great free-kick just outside the D-box. Serge Gnabry doubled the lead in the 24th minute. Lewandowski scored his record goal in the 59th minute. With this goal, Lewandowski became the first player to score in four German Cup finals.
In the 63rd minute of the second half, German defender Bender reduced the gap with a great header. Lewandowski scored his second goal in the 89th minute with a pass from Ivan Perisic. German midfielder Kai Havertz made the spot-kick scoreline 4-2 in the last minute of added time. With this, the team signed for the German Cup title.
Bayern’s next goal in the treble-winning mission in the Champions League. In the first leg of the last 16 of the best competition in Europe, the team of Munich won 3-0 at Chelsea.