Lewandoski On Target Again As Bayern Beat Leverkusen To Win German Cup
Bayern Munich defeated Bayer Leverkusen 4-2 to win the German Cup on Sunday.
David Alaba scored a sublime free-kick to give the Bavarians the lead before Serge Gnabry added the second goal with a cool finish.
Robert Lewandoski, who has been phenomenal this season further underlined his importance to the team by scoring his 50th and 51st goal of the season in 44 appearances.
The Poland striker scored a long-range effort from 30 yards, Sven Bender reduced the deficit for Leverkusen with a glancing header.
Lewandoski's second goal of the day all but ended any iota of hope for Leverkusen.
Kai Havertz scored a last-minute penalty to reduce the scoreline as Bayern capped a topsy turvy season with another trophy.
Bayern Munich have set a new record of 26 games unbeaten and a record of 17 straight wins.