Bayern Munich relied on goals from Robert Lewandowski and Philipp Lahm to record a 2-0 win over FC Ingolstadt 04 Saturday in the Bundesliga
The home win as move the Bavarians eight points clear at the top of the Bundesliga.
After last weekend’s maiden defeat on the domestic scene, Bayern were keen not to avoid any more slip-us.
Regardless of the mission set by the hosts, it was Ingolstadt that created the better chances as they were looking increasingly dangerous in the first half for Pep Guardiola’s side,
However, after earlier brick walls, Bayern broke the resistance with two goals in nine second-half minutes to clinch an eighth successive home win in the league.
Guardiola’s side capitalised to take the lead when a defence-splitting pass from Jerome Boateng allowed Lewandowski to convert from a tight angle.
Bayern quickly took control after breaking the Ingolstadt resistance, and it was left to the captain to wrap up the win as Lahm finished a counter-attack by firing home following good work from Thomas Muller, who burst into the box to invite Ozcan off his line.