Eight goals, eight facts

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FC Bayern have only enjoyed three bigger victories in Bundesliga history, whereas Hamburg have never lost by a higher scoreline: the 8-0 victory over Hamburger SV made footballing history. A Robert Lewandowski hat-trick, a Kingsley Coman brace and further goals by Arturo Vidal, David Alaba and Arjen Robben made the crowd at the Allianz Arena exuberant. fcbayern.com has collected eight facts for the eight goals.

1-0 Arturo Vidal (17th minute): The Chilean has scored two openers in his last four competitive fixtures for Bayern, with Thomas Müller providing the assist in both cases.

2-0 Robert Lewandowski (24): Lewy scored his tenth goal in the last ten Bundesliga matches, a best-mark in the league! Besides, the Pole netted the 21st of Bayern's last 22 penalties in the Bundesliga.

3-0 Robert Lewandowski (42): The Polish Player of the Year posted a haul of more than one goal in a Bundesliga match for the 36th time. Only four players boast more: Gerd Müller, Jupp Heynckes, Klaus Fischer und Manfred Burgsmüller.

4-0 Robert Lewandowski (54): Lewandowski rounded off his third hat-trick this season - he's now on two three-goal hauls in the league and one in the DFB Cup. The striker now has 12 goals in his last ten Bundesliga matches.

5-0 David Alaba (56): The Austrian found the net for the second time in this season's Bundesliga campaign. Alaba has only scored more goals once, when he netted three league goals in the 2012/13 season. Thomas Müller took his tally to 11 assists overall this season, setting up the most goals of all Bayern pros.

6-0 Kingsley Coman (65): The Frenchman scored his first goal in a competitive fixture for Bayern since March 2016.

7-0 Kingsley Coman (69): Coman completed the first brace in his career.

8-0 Arjen Robben (87): The Dutchman scored his 125th goal for the Bavarians, drawing level with Claudio Pizarro. Only one foreign player has netted more often: Giovane Elber finished on 140 goals in an FCB shirt. Ever since the promotion to the Bundesliga in 1965 only six players have netted more often than Robben in competitive fixtures for FCB.

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