Bayern Munich maintained their top position in the Bundesliga, goals from Lewandowski and Pavard was enough to secure all three points.
Two goals in each half were enough to secure a 2-0 win for Bayern Munich as they travelled to Bundesliga newcomers Union Berlin after 10 weeks out due to the coronavirus pandemic.
The Bundesliga is the first major league among the five top leagues to resume amid the pandemic.
Just before the half-hour mark, Robert Lewandowski scored from the penalty spot following a foul by Neven Subotic on Leon Goretzka.
This goal took Robert Lewandowski to 26 goals in 24 league matches in 2019/ 20 season campaign for the Bavarian
Benjamin Pavard 81st minute header sealed the win for the Bundesliga champions as to preserve their 4 points lead over Borussia Dortmund, who thrashed Schalke 4-0 yesterday.
“We were there from the start even though it may not have been our best performance today, said Bayer captain Manuel Neuer, according to ESPN
“We are happy to have controlled the game and to have brought the three points home. In games, without fans, the minutes are very long until the final whistle.”
After 26 rounds of matches, Bayern now have 58 points, with Borrusia Dortmund second place on 54 points following their 4-0 thrashing of Schalke 04 yesterday.
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