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German Bundesliga: Bayern Munich 4-1 RB Leipzig

(L-R) Bayern Munich's German forward Thomas Mueller, Bayern Munich's German midfielder Leroy Sane and Bayern Munich's Polish forward Robert Lewandowski celebrate the 0-3 during the German first division Bundesliga football match between RB Leipzig and FC Bayern Munich in Leipzig, eastern Germany, on September 11, 2021. (Photo by AFP)

Bayern Munich have smashed RB Leipzig 4-1 at the Red Bull Arena. 

Robert Lewandowski put the visitors in front after converting a VAR awarded penalty in the 15th minute. 

The Bavarian doubled the lead just 2 minutes after the break when Jamal Musiala netted the ball with a precise shot. 

Leroy Sane killed off the contest with a first time shot from a cross by Musiala in the 54th minute.

But 4 minutes later, the hosts pulled one back when Konrad Laimer scored with a great stunner from 25 yards out. 

Eric Maxim Choupo-Moting completed the rout for Bayern with a calm finish in stoppage time.

The victory became a good preparation for Munich as they start their Champions League campaign against Barcelona on Tuesday. 

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