Paco Alcacer played a hero while Dortmund won a huge Der Klassiker beat Bayern to go to seven points above them and four points at the top of the Bundesliga table.
BERLIN – Paco Alcacer and Marco Reus helped Borussia Dortmund double-headed twice to open seven points to defend Bundesliga Bayern Munich champions with 3-2 victory on Saturday.
& # 39; & # 39; It looks very much, so it feels like, & # 39; Bayer coach Niko Kovac told the gap after his party's best results in a few weeks. & # 39; & # 39; But in football, everything is possible. & # 39; & # 39;
Bayer's striker Robert Lewandowski scored twice against his former side only for Reus to answer both times, first with punishment, then with brilliant will on the cross of Lukas Piszczek.
Reus missed a good chance to score, but Alcacer, who came with the remaining half an hour, scored 73 minutes after Axel Witsel scored Bayern's defense with the perfect ball. The Spaniard remained cool ahead of Manuel Neuer, who won his eighth goal in his sixth league.
President Bayern Uli Hoeness and President Karl-Heinz Rummenigge, watching in the stands, had been drinking beer from their home fans.
Lewandowski, who had a remarkable goal, had injured during the injury, which turned off VAR, again for the offense.
Dortmund, who had a fourfold decision, moved seven points to Bayern and left no quarter of second place Borussia Moenchengladbach, who beat Werder Bremen 3-1.
Former Augsburg champion Marwin Hitz made a champion in the Dortmund league after regular No. 1 Roman Burki was kicked off the thigh problem.
Bayern made a promising start, showing the rare features that had been seen since September – perseverance, determination, passion and speed by forcing the early corners and lowering the home side into their own half.
Lewandowski has broken the halftime suspension with a strong header for precision transfer of Serge Gnabri through the cover defender.
After the game resumed, Neuer ruled that he had cut down Reus, who had the dust from him to reach the resulting penalty.
Lewandowski grabbed her two minutes later, with another header after Joshua Kimmich hit the ball.
Reus was supposed to hit again when Jadon Sancho was completely released, but Kimmich returned with clearing for Bayern.
Then Lewandowski thought he had achieved his third, but his goal was offensive for the offensive.
Reus was finally equalized shortly after Alcacer came. The spanish, who played in the victories behind Augsburg and Bayer Leverkusen, was once again proving a hero.
"We have to correct a lot of things. There is a huge amount to improve," said coach Dortmund Lucien Favre.