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The ball - Bayern hits Hertha with a hat-trick from Lewandowski (Germany).

The ball – Bayern hits Hertha with a hat-trick from Lewandowski (Germany).

Bayern, Benfica’s rival in the Champions League group E, crushed on Saturday, in Munich, Hertha Berlin, 5-0, in one of the matches of the third round of the German League, with a hat-trick of Polish striker Lewandowski.

The German champions now have seven points, like Leverkusen and Freiburg, one point behind Wolfsburg, who has six, and host Andre Silva’s Leipzig on Sunday.

Thomas Muller, in six minutes, Robert Lewandowski (34, 70 and 84) and Mosila, 49, signed the Bavarians’ goals.

Leverkusen, former club of the Dragon Wendell now, beat Augsburg, 4-1, and took advantage of his own goals by Iago, in three minutes, and Florian Niederlechner, in 14 – the same Niederlechner dropped to 30, but in the second part Schick Wörtz fixed the final score.

Freiburg won 3-2 over Stuttgart, as South Korean Jeong Woo-young scored for the visiting team in the three and nine minutes, and Holler expanded the superiority in the 28th minute – Stuttgart also reduced the Greek Mavrobanos, in the 45th minute, and by Al Ghaddioui, at

45 + 2.

On the other hand, Frankfurt tied, with Gonzalo Paciencia on the bench until the 89th minute, (1-1) in Bielefeld’s visit, while Cologne and Mainz won in the receptions against Bochum and Greuther Fürth, with a score of 2-1 and 3. -0, respectively.

On Sunday, in addition to welcoming Wolfsburg in Leipzig, Union Berlin will host Mönchengladbach.

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