Robert Lewandowski needed the opening minutes of Bayern Munich vs. Bayer Leverkusen to mark the first victory of the match, by date eight of the Bundesliga. As if that were not enough, the forward showed off with a great definition: a heel to embitter the day for the local fans at the BayArena stadium, but the outpouring of all the Bavarians who televised the match between both teams.
An infraction on the court in Leverkusen was sanctioned by the commitment judge with a free kick for the visitors. In front of the round Leroy Sané and Joshua Kimmich squared to execute the free kick. The Bavarian midfielder threw the balloon over the far post with great precision.
The Bayer players took care of the opponents who ran towards the goal, while the central Dayot Upamecano was free from the front. Then the central defender tapped into the center of the small area for Lewandowski to appear, to everyone's surprise.
The scorer of the Munich team put a block that left the defenders of Leverkusen and, obviously, the goalkeeper Lukas Hradecky without reaction, who could do little to avoid the first fall of the goal in the restart of the Bundesliga after the national teams stoppage by World Cup Qualifiers.
Bayern Munich was much more than its rival, and this was reflected in the result. Another from Lewandowski, one from Thomas Muller, and Serge Gnabry, also in duplicate, put final figures to a match, which ended 5 to 1 in favor of the visitors.