Bayern Munich continued to score freely on Wednesday night. Last night saw, among other Champions League football news, Bayern Munich score five goals and concede none against Dynamo Kyiv.
Robert Lewandowski, Leroy Sane, Serge Gnabry, and Eric Maxim Choupo-Moting all scored in Bayern Munich’s 5-0 win over Dynamo Kyiv.
As you might expect, Robert Lewandowski had a productive night in front of goal because he gave Bayern a brace.
Watch the match, it’s key moments, here.
Champions League Football News – Bayern Munich Score Five Goals
It all started when Serhiy Sydorchuk handled the ball, giving Bayern a penalty kick, which Robert Lewandowski duly converted.
Then, just around 14 minutes later, Lewandowski scored again, and of course, he opened Bayern’s scoring with a double.
Thomas Muller fed him the ball this time, and he rifled it into the bottom right corner of the net.
Bayern could have had more before the halftime break. But a fantastic Leroy Sane strike from the edge of the box went cannoning off the post.
Further, a Lewandowski header, too, went just over and Dayot Upamecano nodded too high from a corner kick as well.
The second half was much the same. Bayern dominated over Dynamo Kyiv, who were clearly out of their depth against the German champions.
In the 67th minute, Julian Nagelsmann’s team scored their third goal of the evening through Serge Gnabry. The forward burst through on goal before slamming the ball into the upper right corner.
The fourth goal came as a result sheerly of Bayern’s brilliance. This time, it was Sane’s turn, as the forward’s probably misplaced cross from the left caught Heorhiy Bushchan off guard.
Finally, Bayern added a fifth goal, with Eric Maxim Choupo-Moting nodding in a Benjamin Pavard cross.
Bayern 5 – 0 Dynamo Kiev
Goals: 1 – 0 Lewandowski 12, 2 – 0 Lewandowski 27, 3 – 0 Gnabry 68, 4 – 0 Sane 74, 5 – 0 Choupo-Motinh 87
Bookings: Hernandez; Tymchyk
Bayern: Neuer, Davies, Hernandez, Upamecano, Sule, Goretzka, Kimmich, Sane, Muller, Gnabry, Lewandowski
Substitutions: Pavard, Musiala, Sabitzer, Sarr
Dynamo Kiev: Bushchan, Tymchyk, Zabarnyi, Shabanov, Mykolenko, Tsygankov, Shaparenko, Sydorchuk, Adriyevski, de Pena, Garmash
Substitutions: Supryaga, Shepelev, Karavaev, Kedziora