Bayern Munich's Robert Lewandowski celebrates goal v Hamburg SV. REUTERS/Michaela Rehle.
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Robert Lewandowski netted a hat-trick as leaders Bayern Munich thrashed Hamburg 8-0 and RB Leipzig won again to keep up the pressure in second, while some of German football's biggest names are in danger of the drop.Here are five things we learned from the Bundesliga this weekend:In the seven most recent encounters between Bayern and Hamburg, the German champions have scored an astonishing 44 goals and conceded only three.Lewandowski and Borussia Dortmund's Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang are locked on top of the table with 19 goals apiece, with Lewandowski adding three and Aubameyang two on the weekend.No late-season wobble from LeipzigAfter 22 games, newly promoted RB Leipzig sit in second place in the Bundesliga table, just five points behind leaders Munich and eight ahead of third-placed Dortmund.back in business?This season looks like being another successful one for Bayern Munich, as they've thundered toward another Bundesliga title while also sitting pretty in the Champions League and the German Cup.
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