Sport Robert Lewandowski had Pique break-dancing with ice-cold finish in 3-0 win vs Barcelona

02:30  15 september  2021
02:30  15 september  2021 Source:   givemesport.com

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Robert Lewandowski scores twice in the second half for Bayern Munich as the Germans eased to a 3 - 0 victory over Barcelona at Camp Nou. Bayern had ultimately eased to this victory, the final minutes played out to the fans here ironically cheering a ball being thrown around the stands rather than one being passed around the pitch, of which there were not many that mattered. As for shots on target, there were none of them from the home side.

Barcelona 0 - 3 Bayern Munich: Catalans suffer ANOTHER mauling to German giants as Thomas Muller's deflected strike and Robert Lewandowski brace forces 'Koeman Out' banner to emerge at Camp Nou. It seemed with every Bayern attack Barcelona took another step back towards their own goal. That tactic left plenty of space in front on the edge of the area and from there Thomas Muller scored with a shot from distance that hit Eric Garcia’s backside wrong-footing Ter Stegen. Barcelona now needed a goal but even the electric Memphis Depay looked one-paced when Alphonso Davies dispossessed him.

Bayern Munich secured yet another handsome Champions League victory over Barcelona on Tuesday night.

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While it might not have been as emphatic as the famous 8-2 triumph in Lisbon last year, the Bavarians looked just as dominant on their way to brushing aside the Lionel Messi-less Catalans.

And it also served as the umpteenth reminder that Robert Lewandowski is one of the world's best players, which felt apt in a week where he was named second on the planet in FIFA 22's ratings.

After all, by the time that Thomas Muller had fired the Bundesliga champions into a 1-0 lead at half-time in Catalonia, the stage was set for Lewandowski to make it an even more humiliating evening.

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Both Robert Lewandowski (adductor) and Serge Gnabry (back) were withdrawn in the recent victory over RB Leipzig, but are expected to recover in time. Bayern are on a five-game winning streak following a 1-1 draw with Gladbach on the opening day of the season. Barcelona team news. Barcelona head into this clash with a number of injury concerns. Forwards Ansu Fati, Sergio Aguero, Ousmane Dembele, and Martin Braithwaite are all missing, while there are also doubts over the fitness of defenders Jordi Alba and Sergino Dest. As a result, coach Ronald Koemann may be forced to tinker with his

Robert Lewandowski opened the scoring for Bayern, recorded his sixth goal of the campaign with a penalty. Teenager Jamal Musiala volleyed the second shortly after the break , before teeing up Leroy Sane for the third. Konrad Laimer superbly pulled a goal back for the hosts but Eric Maxim Choupo-Moting rounded off the scoring for the visitors late on. MOTD2 pundit Stephen Warnock says Liverpool's 3 - 0 win over Leeds on Sunday was a reminder of how good they are when they are at their best.

That's because the Polish poacher continued his outrageous record of scoring in competitive games by finding the net for the 18th time in a row across a remarkable streak that dates back to February.

However, it was Lewandowski's second goal at Camp Nou that really demonstrated his quality because the former Borussia Dortmund striker made a fool out of Gerard Pique.

With the goal at his mercy mere seconds after Bayern hit the post, Lewandowski opted against panicking and decided to take his time with a simple piece of skill that baffled the Barcelona man.

And not only did that leave Lewandowski with an easy chance to fire Bayern into a 3-0 lead, which he duly took, but it also left Pique doing a break-dancing impression on the pitch - check it out:

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Key Battle: Memphis Depay vs Robert Lewandowski . Memphis Depay has made a superb start to life in a Barcelona shirt, having a direct hand in a goal in all three league outings for the Blaugrana, scoring twice. The Dutch forward maintained his exceptional form over the international break Depay has faced Bayern just once in his career, but his Lyon side was on the receiving end of a 3 - 0 home loss to the German side in 2020. Robert Lewandowski was on the scoresheet in that game and has scored two goals in three meetings with Barcelona in his career, including the aforementioned 8-2 win at Camp Nou.

GOAL! Barcelona 0 - 3 Bayern. Robert Lewandowski adds a THIRD to Bayern's tally against Barcelona , and while it's not an 8-2 rout, it's still been a wholly spectacular showing from the German giants. Barcelona XI: Ter Stegen, Araujo, Pique , Eric Garcia, Sergi Roberto , Frenkie de Jong, Busquets, Pedri, Jordi Alba, Luuk de Jong, Depay. Jordan Pefok with the goal as Young Boys seemingly win it in the fifth minute of stoppage time.

Is that revenge for what Lionel Messi did to Jerome Boateng? We like to think so.

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Bayern beats Barcelona 3-0 in team's first loss since Messi's exit .
Bayern Munich showed Barcelona exactly how dreary life will be without Lionel Messi on Tuesday when it dealt the Spanish team its first loss since the exit of the star forward. Thomas Müller scored a goal and Robert Lewandowski added two more to help Bayern ease to a 3-0 victory at Camp Nou in their Champions League opener. Müller’s 34th-minute strike took his career tally to seven goals against Barcelona, including the two he netted in the 8-2 shellacking Bayern dealt Barcelona the last time they met in August 2020.Without Messi to rely on as it had for years, Barcelona was running scared from the start as it focused on protecting itself from another embarrassing defeat.

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