Bayern Munich humiliated Bayer Leverkusen on Sunday through a whirlwind first half.

The leader was at halftime on a 0-5 lead and eventually won 1-5 against the number three in the Bundesliga.

Bayern striker Robert Lewandowski scored the first goal in the BayArena within four minutes.

The Pole also signed for the 0-2 after half an hour, putting him back on the top scorers list of the Bundesliga with nine goals next to Borussia Dortmund star Erling Haaland.

The visitors from Munich then decided the game definitively with three goals in the space of three minutes and eighteen seconds.

Thomas Müller made it 0-3 and Serge Gnabry lifted the score to 0-5 with two hits.

It was the first time in 1,440 Bundesliga matches that Bayer Leverkusen was five goals behind at halftime.

Bayern had never before had a five-goal lead in an away game in the Bundesliga.

Patrick Schick made the score a little more bearable in the 55th minute for the Bayer of basic players Jeremie Frimpong and Mitchel Bakker (1-5), but Bayern's victory was obviously no longer in danger.

The 'Rekordmeister', who was equal in points with Bayer before the game, took the lead again from Borussia Dortmund.

The difference between the two top clubs is one point.

Bayern Munich had a wonderful afternoon in the BayArena.

Bayern Munich had a wonderful afternoon in the BayArena.

Photo: ANP

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