Robert Lewandowski scored a stunning header on the ice as Bayern Munich won the Dynamo Kiev Champions League 2-1 on Tuesday.

Lewandowski scored a hat-trick for the ninth consecutive Champions League game to give Bayern an impressive lead.

With Bayern winning the Group E and reaching the last 16, Kingley Coman doubled the visitors’ lead before Dennis Garmes scored his first goal of the season.

Bayern’s Joshua Kimmich, Sergei Gnbri, Jamal Mussila, Eric Maxim Chupo-Motting and Michael Quies have been linked with a move to Covide-19.

Heavy snowfall in Kiev and temperatures below zero could not have prevented Lewandowski from scoring one of the best goals of his life.

In the 14th minute, the ball hit Ukrainian defender Ilya Zabarni and hit Lewandowski with an unstoppable acrobatic attempt.

The Polish striker, who is one of the winners of the Ballon d’Or this Monday, has scored his 82nd goal in 101 games in the Champions League.

Before the break, Coman Bayern took the lead in the first half from a tight angle to two.

In the second half, Kiev was held to a 2-0 deficit, and on the left, Garmash leveled from the back with a consolation goal 20 minutes from time.



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