Lewandowski stays red-hot as Bayern Munich trounce Dortmund

Whoever comes in to assume managerial duties at Bayern Munich will be one lucky bench boss.

The Bavarian giants, currently without a permanent coach in the wake of Niko Kovac’s firing earlier this week, blew Borussia Dortmund out of the water in a one-sided edition of Der Klassiker on Saturday.

Robert Lewandowski brought his absurd scoring total to 16 Bundesliga goals with a brace at the Allianz Arena, while a Serge Gnabry tap-in and Mats Hummels own goal rounded out a dominant 4-0 win.

More to come.

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