Serge Gnabry’s hat trick helped Bayern Munich lead the Bundesliga with a 6-1 win against Werder Bremen.
Moreover, Jamal Musiala, Leon Goretzka, and Mathys Tel scored for Julian Nagelsmann’s club in a fourth straight home league game.
Besides, Eric Maxim Choupo-penalty Moting’s was saved, while Sadio Mane hobbled off two weeks before the World Cup.
Werder had temporarily tied the score early on thanks to Anthony Jung, but they have lost all 30 of their encounters with Bayern.
After Mane’s original shot was blocked, Musiala calmly slid the ball into the far corner to give Bayern the lead in the sixth minute. Werder drew even four minutes later when Jung tucked home from Mitchell Weiser’s lay-off.
Gnabry put the hosts ahead in the 22nd minute despite Choupo-penalty Moting’s miss and Mane’s injury.
Bayern then counterattacked twice. Goretzka made it 3-1 by running onto Joshua Kimmich’s throughball and rounding Pavlenka before Leroy Sane’s delivery to Gnabry.
Sane hit the post after halftime, while Pavlenka saved Gnabry from scoring a hat trick with a lob.
After cleverly avoiding several challenges, he poked the ball home in the 82nd minute, and Tels provided the final touch two minutes later.
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