Bayern Munich was hardly bothered in securing a record 20th German Cup via a 4-2 defeat of Bayer Leverkusen in Berlin on Saturday.
The team with the second-most German Cups is Werder Bremen, who has won six times. Bayern has won 10 times this century including the last two.
The Bundesliga champions scored twice in the first half-hour and twice held three-goal leads in what was Bayer’s first German Cup final since a 2009 loss to Bremen.
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David Alaba and Serge Gnabry scored the early goals and Robert Lewandowski scored twice to round out the victor’s scoring.
The first goal of the Polish star’s brace came from a long pass from Manuel Neuer and a shot flubbed by Bayer keeper Lucas Hradecky.
Sven Bender and Kai Havertz scored for Bayer, the latter goal coming deep in stoppage time.
Here’s Alaba’s terrific quickly-taken free kick goal to open the scoring.
David Alaba puts Bayern Munich up with this beautiful free kick in the DFB Pokal final 🏆 pic.twitter.com/tFf659Z0Rf
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