Wagner, Vidal and Lewandowski celebrate scoring Bayern’s fifth goal.
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Robert Lewandowski netted his 18th Bundesliga goal this season as runaway leaders Bayern Munich came from two goals down to thrash Hoffenheim 5-2 Saturday.However, a dreadful start left Bayern 2-0 down at home – the first time that has happened in the Bundesliga since January 1977 – after just 12 minutes.Bayern goalkeeper Sven Ulreich saved Gnabry's spot-kick only for Mark Uth to tap home the rebound with three minutes gone.However, Bayern were level with 25 minutes gone.Kingsley Coman gave Bayern the lead for the first time with an hour gone before Arturo Vidal headed the fourth on 66 minutes.Aubameyang, who headed over on 32 minutes, was booed by home fans whenever he went near the ball.
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