Bayern Munich scored three goals in the first 12 minutes for the first time in the history of their away games in the German League to win a valuable victory that brought him back to the top of the Bundesliga ranking.
The Bayern Munich trilogy was signed by Polish player Robert Lewandowski and the Frenchman who returned from the injury Kingsley Coman made by Thomas Muller, and then made Kimmich the third for the brilliant Sergey Gnabry (3, 5 and 12).
Bayern Munich entered the second half with a great concentration, and Ghanabry added him the fourth goal (66), before he scored his honorable goal (70).
Bayern Munich owes its victory to its giant goalkeeper Manuel Neuer who remarkably shone in the second half and saved his goal from several goals, including three singles.
Bayern Munich raised its score to 46 points in the lead, a point behind Leipzig, while Colin’s balance at 23 points temporarily frozen in the fourteenth place.
In a second match, Schalke fell in the trap of a tie against its host Mainz to continue its sixth place with 36 points, and the same applies to the owner of the land with fifteenth place with 22 points.