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Bayern Munich 2-1 beat Union Berlin 2-1 and took provisional Bundesliga leadership on Saturday for the 9th round, but without dispelling doubts about the team in recent weeks.
With 18 points, Bayern are now one point ahead of second, Freiburg, who beat RB Leipzig (6th) also 2-1 while Borussia Dortmund are third with two points behind the Bavarian giant , after a goalless draw (0-0) with Schalke 04 (7th) away from home.
Borussia Mönchengladbach (4th) and Wolfsburg (5th), who started the weekend tied at the top of the table, are now two points behind Bayern. Both will play at home on Sunday against Eintracht Frankfurt (8th) and Augsburg (17th) respectively. If they win, they will once again overtake the Munich team.
Bayern got their sweaty win thanks to goals from Frenchman Benjamin Pavard (13 minutes) with a shot from outside the area after a rebound and Polish star Robert Lewandowski (53) who took a leftover and kicked a cross from the entrance. area.
Manuel Neuer defended a penalty (58) from Sweden's Sebastian Andersson, but failed to avoid the goal in another penalty, at the end of the game (86) charged by Sebastian Polter.
Lewandowski, who has already scored 13 goals in this Bundesliga, broke a record by becoming the first player to score at least one goal in the first nine rounds of the championship. So far he has shared the record with Gabonese Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, who scored in the first eight rounds of the championship for Borussia Dortmund in the 2015-2016 season.
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