1. goal
    8'Franck Ribéry
  2. goal
    12'Lewandowski
  3. goal
    19'Lewandowski
  4. goal
    55'Arjen Robben
  5. goal
    81'Franck Ribéry
  6. goal
    90'Lewandowski
FC Bayern
FC Bayern Munich
Final
60
Hamburg
Hamburger SV
(3:0)
    1. goal
      8'Franck Ribéry
    2. goal
      12'Lewandowski
    3. goal
      19'Lewandowski
    4. goal
      55'Arjen Robben
    5. goal
      81'Franck Ribéry
    6. goal
      90'Lewandowski
    1. yellow card
      4'Arturo Vidal
    FC Bayern
    FC Bayern Munich
    Final
    60
    Hamburg
    Hamburger SV
    (3:0)
    1. yellow card
      27'Rick van Drongelen
    2. yellow card
      75'Douglas Santos
    1. yellow card
      4'Arturo Vidal
    2. yellow card
      27'Rick van Drongelen
    3. yellow card
      75'Douglas Santos
    1. substitution
      46'Corentin Tolisso for Arturo Vidal
    2. substitution
      63'Thiago for Arjen Robben
    3. substitution
      65'Sebastian Rudy for Corentin Tolisso
    FC Bayern
    FC Bayern Munich
    Final
    60
    Hamburg
    Hamburger SV
    (3:0)
    1. substitution
      24'Vasilije Janjicic for Dennis Diekmeier
    2. substitution
      70'Joshua Vagnoman for Walace
    3. substitution
      87'Bakery Jatta for Aaron Hunt
    1. substitution
      24'Vasilije Janjicic for Dennis Diekmeier
    2. substitution
      46'Corentin Tolisso for Arturo Vidal
    3. substitution
      63'Thiago for Arjen Robben
    4. substitution
      65'Sebastian Rudy for Corentin Tolisso
    5. substitution
      70'Joshua Vagnoman for Walace
    6. substitution
      87'Bakery Jatta for Aaron Hunt
    FC Bayern
    FC Bayern Munich
    Final
    60
    Hamburg
    Hamburger SV
    (3:0)
    Stadium/AttendanceAllianz Arena, Munich75000 viewers
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    Rampant Reds rout sorry Hamburg

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    On-fire FC Bayern bagged another victory on their way to a sixth consecutive championship title, impressively beating Hamburg 6-0 on Saturday afternoon. Franck Ribéry's goal opened the floodgates, Robert Lewandowski bagging a brace early in the first half. Arjen Robben netted before the hour mark, Ribéry and again Lewandowski adding gloss to an already imposing scoreline in the closing stages.

    The Bavarians started with Sven Ulreich between the sticks and Joshua Kimmich, Jérôme Boateng, Mats Hummels and David Alaba in a back four. Javi Martínez anchored a midfield featuring Robben, Thomas Müller, Arturo Vidal and Ribéry, with Lewandowski as the sole striker.

    Jupp Heynckes made four changes to the XI that saw off Freiburg last weekend. Martínez, Robben, Ribéry and Lewandowski took over from Corentin Tolisso, Juan Bernat, Thiago and Sandro Wagner.

    Franck and Lewy sparkle

    The 75,000 capacity crowd in Munich saw the hosts go straight onto the front foot with wave after wave of aggressive attacks, and their dominance paid off early on. The Allianz Arena clocks showed seven minutes had been played when Ribéry got hold of the ball near Hamburg's box following a stray clearance. The Frenchman rounded visiting netminder Christian Mathenia and slotted home. The reeling men from the north were unable to stem the bleeding.

    Four minutes later Lewandowski rose high to connect with a Kimmich cross, his majestic header sailing into the back of the net. Even before the match, the Poland captain had boasted more league goals than the entire Hamburg team this term. Another seven minutes had been played when it became clear Hamburg would not catch up with Lewy this season. Alaba shone with a brilliant first touch, flicking a long ball into Lewandowski's path, the striker crashing home to round off his brace.

    Bayern engaged cruise control after 20 minutes, imposing their passing game. Alaba miscued a free-kick before Hamburg's Gideon Jung almost put through his own goal following a Kimmich free-kick, but Mathenia was on hand. Arjen Robben hit the side-netting before match official Christian Dingert blew for half-time.

    Coasting to victory

    Proceedings were similar after the interval. A Müller back-heel went just wide of the post before Robben made sure the scoreline reflected the balance of play in the second half too. The Dutchman made the most of a mix-up near the box, firing into the top corner of the net from 18 yards.

    Tolisso replaced Vidal for the second half but had to be subbed off with injury 20 minutes later, Sebastian Rudy coming on. Thiago took over from Robben after the hour mark. Rudy curled a 20-yarder wide of the far post before Hummels miscued from point-blank range. Ribéry shone again with a mazy dribble, wriggling his way past a number of Hamburg men before crowning the move, slotting past Mathenia.

    Thiago was upended in the box, Lewandowski stepping up, but the striker blasted over the bar from the spot. A heavy challenge on Kimmich meant Lewandowski had another chance to bag a hat-trick and atone for his miss, and this time he proved a cool customer, converting the penalty before Dingert put the visitors out of their misery.

    The result takes Bayern onto 66 points from 26 matches, 20 clear of Schalke. The Reds are back in action in just four days, when they travel to face Besiktas in the Champions League before taking on Leipzig in the Bundesliga on Sunday.

    Live match report for fcbayern.comby Greg Salmen

    FC Bayern - Hamburger SV 6-0 (H-T: 3-0)

    FC Bayern

    Ulreich - Kimmich, Boateng, Hummels, Alaba - Martínez - Müller, Vidal (Tolisso 46, Rudy 65) - Robben (Thiago 63), Ribéry - Lewandowski

    Subs

    Starke, Wagner, Süle, Thiago, Bernat

    Hamburger SV

    Mathenia - Diekmeier (Janjicic 24), van Drongelen, Papadopoulos, Douglas Santos - Walace (Vagnoman 70), Jung - Sakai, Hunt (Jatta 87), Kostic - Schipplock

    Subs

    Pollersbeck, Hahn, Waldschmidt, Salihovic

    Referee

    Christian Dingert (Lebecksmühle)

    Attendance

    75,000 (capacity)

    Goals

    1-0 Ribéry (8), 2-0 Lewandowski (12), 3-0 Lewandowski (19), 4-0 Robben (55), 5-0 Ribéry (81), 6-0 Lewandowski (90, pen)

    Yellow Cards

    Vidal / van Drongelen, Santos

    Special Occurrences

    Lewandowski misses penalty (86)

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