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Bayern Munich one win away from winning the Bundesliga

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Bayern Munich took a comfortable victory against Arminia Bielefeld 3-0 away from home.

In the 8th minute, Gnabry’s cross met Lewandowski in the box. He headed, but the ball was blocked brilliantly by the host’s keeper. However, it took only ten minutes for Bayern to score their first goal as Davies’ cross found Lewandowski. 

Bayern Munich dominated the whole game, having 75% of ball possession against Arminia Bielefeld. Bayern Munich scored their second goal in the additional time of the first half when Kimmich played an amazing ball over the top of the host’s defence to Gnabry. However, the goal was initially raked offside but the VAR check made him change his original decision.

Bayern went into the break with a comfortable two-goal lead. In the second half, Bayern kept their intensity the same and had most of the ball. Furthermore, Bayern Munich scored their third goal in the 85th minute when Lewandowski played a low pass inside the box for Jamal Musiala to finish it.

Bayern Munich’s lead has grown to nine points as a result of this victory. And now they are just one win away from another Bundesliga title.

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