League leaders Bayern München continue to impress. With a 5-2 (4-0) win at home against Augsburg, Bayern München recorded yet another victory. This means the team has extended their lead in the Bundesliga and the gap to second placed Leipzig is now 13 points. Augsburg are in 13th place in the league.
In the ninth minute, Bayern München took a 1-0 lead through an own-goal.
The team also increased their lead to 2-0, as Serge Gnabry scored a goal, in the 23rd minute. He has now scored 10 Bundesliga goals this season.
Bayern München increased their lead to 3-0, when Joshua Kimmich scored a goal, with an assist by Kingsley Coman, in the 33rd minute.
The team increased the lead to 4-0 just before the half-time whistle as Kingsley Coman scored a goal, with an assist by David Alaba.
In the 67th minute, Andre Hahn scored a goal, with an assist by Laszlo Benes, to reduce the score for Augsburg, what became Hahn’s eighth goal of the season.
Augsburg pulled one back again in the 71st minute of the game as Florian Niederlechner scored a goal, with an assist by Andre Hahn. The team were unable to score any more goals.
The 5-2 goal came in the 90th minute, when Robert Lewandowski scored a goal for Bayern München. It was his 41st goal. The 5-2 goal was the last one of the game.
Bayern München have 3 wins, 1 draw and 1 loss with a 16–6 goal difference in the last 5 games, while Augsburg have 1 win and and 4 losses and a 7–12 goal difference.