Lewandowski, Costa, and Vidal celebrate after the fourth goal for Bayern.
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Bayern's established campaigners Robert Lewandowski, Medhi Benatia and Thomas Mueller, who netted twice, grabbed Bayern's first four goals with Brazil winger Costa adding the fifth to seal a show-stopping performance.Costa, who Bayern coach Pep Guardiola has said can be the best winger in the world, showed why the champions paid Shakhtar Donetsk 30 million euros ($33.3 million) for him in July.After Lewandowski headed over a Philipp Lahm cross on 22 minutes, Bayern got the breakthrough five minutes later.Spain veteran Xabi Alonso curled in a free kick and with five Bayern players free, Benatia headed home the first goal of the new season on 27 minutes.
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