A brilliant hat-trick from Robert Lewandowski led Bayern Munich to a comfortable 5-0 victory over Eintracht Frankfurt in Sunday’s German Supercup, giving former Frankfurt coach Niko Kovac a memorable start to his reign at the Bavarian giant.
Kovac returned to Frankfurt for his first competitive game in charge of the Bundesliga winner, having ended two successful years at Eintracht with a win over Bayern in last season’s German Cup final.
Yet there was no time for sentimentality on Sunday, as Bayern took revenge for its cup humiliation, Lewandowski leaving the Frankfurt defence in tatters.
The result: Eintracht Frankfurt 0 lost to Bayern Munich 5 (Lewandowski 21, 26, 54, Coman 63, Thiago 85).
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