Bayern Munich coach Robert Levadowsky scored once in every half to give his team a 2-0 victory over AEK in the Champions League on Wednesday, giving them two points clear on the top of Group E with two fights on the left. Lewandowski scored a 31-minute penalty and added another at the 72th with a volleyball at a distant position as the Bavarians took a very necessary boost of confidence ahead of the Bundesliga against the champions of the Borussia Dortmund championship on Saturday.
Bayern, who fought in the first half with AEK's agony, is at 10 points, with Ajax Amsterdam in eight, after losing 1-1 to Benfica. The Greeks made the best start and the head of Vassilis Lambropoulos in the fifth minute of the position of Manuel Neuer.
AEK stayed full for 30 minutes, but the 31 minute penalty for a Lewandowski foul allowed the aggressor to score the open. Leon Goretca almost scored for Bayern in 10 minutes after rebooting, but the head of AEK holder Vasilis Barkas.
The goalkeeper then dismissed Lewandowski in one-in-one, as Bayyan scored hard for a second goal to kill the game. They responded to the 72nd minute when Joshua Kimmich knocked in a corner and Lewandowski was left out of the volleyball post at a long post after a flick-on.