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Lewandowski grabs hat trick as Bayern routs Hamburg

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Bayern Munich coach Jupp Heynckes | AP

The victory keeps Bayern on course to wrap up another Bundesliga title - their sixth in a row - before the end of March, and heaps misery on Hamburg, who are now without a win in 13 games.

"It's important for the next few matches like the one against Besiktas next week". The side's 44 goals conceded in its last seven games in Munich did not bode well for the visitors.

The defender, a replacement for legendary club captain Philipp Lahm, has made 109 competitive appearances for Bayern since he joined from Leipzig in the 2015/16 season, scoring 13 goals so far.

Jupp Heynckes does not believe Robert Lewandowski, or any other player for that matter, will ever try to force their way out of Bayern Munich.

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Just four minutes later, Lewandowski headed in a Joshua Kimmich cross to double the lead for Bayern.

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And coach Hollerbach admitted their hopes of securing an unlikely result were gone after just 18 minutes. "You can always lose to Bayern, but I didn't like the manner of our defeat". Kevin Volland headed Leon Bailey's cross into the path of Alario, and the Argentinian swept the ball past goalkeeper Yann Sommer.

Michael Gregoritsch scored twice to lead Augsburg to a 3-1 win at Hannover 96, who replied with a long-range effort from Salif Sane, while Hertha Berlin and Freiburg played out a goalless draw.

Hamburg failed to clear their lines, with Robben picking up the loose ball to set up a neat passing move which ended up back with the former Netherlands worldwide on the edge of the area to fire into the top corner.

The home side continued to dominate and was rewarded with two goals in quick succession 10 minutes from time.

Eintracht Frankfurt are looking to muscle in on the Bundesliga's elite as they prepare to face top six rivals Borussia Dortmund.

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