Bayern Munich's Polish striker Robert Lewandowski (C) celebrates with teammates after scoring during the Bundesliga match Hamburg HSV vs Bayern Munich in Hamburg, north Germany on January 22, 2016. AFP / John MACDOUGALL
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Bayern Munich opened the second half of the Bundesliga season with a 2-1 win at Hamburg Friday as Robert Lewandowski's goals took Pep Guardiola's side 11 points clear.Bayern's march to an historic fourth German league title seems unstoppable as Guardiola, who has said he will leave in May, attempts to sign off his three years as coach with the treble of Champions League, German Cup and Bundesliga titles. Poland striker Lewandowski's goals took his league tally to 17 this season and 25 in all competitions.The decision looked harsh and Adler was shown a yellow card, but Lewandowski stepped up and drilled home his 24th goal in 28 games this season on 37 minutes.
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