Polish international scorer Robert Lewandowski scored 4 goals (Super Hattrick) to lead Bayern Munich to a dramatic 4-3 victory over Hertha Berlin on Sunday, in the third stage of the German Football League, which also saw Wolfsburg drew 0-0 at home Augsburg.
The balance of Bayern – who returned to the winning tone after losing 1-4 to Hoffenheim in the last stage – rose to 6 points in fourth place, while Hertha, who received his second loss in the competition this season in exchange for a single victory at 3 points in the center The 13th.
Bayern advanced with a goal to carry Lewandowski (40), before the player himself returned and scored the second goal (51), but Hertha Berlin managed to return to the match by scoring two goals signed by John Cordoba (59) and Matthews Konya (71).
Leva returned to score again, scoring the third goal for Bayern (85), but the owners’ joy at the resumption of the progress was short-lived, as Jessik Nangkam tied for Herta (88).
Lewandowski concluded his quartet with a penalty kick, from which he scored the fourth goal for Bayern in the third minute of stoppage time, to award the three points to the champions of the competition in the last eight seasons.