Bayern Munich’s Robert Lewandowski scored twice to steer the champion to a 2-1 comeback win over VfL Wolfsburg on Wednesday, keeping it a point behind Bundesliga leader Bayer Leverkusen which crushed Cologne 4-0.
Bayern, which travels to Leverkusen on Saturday, fell behind for the sixth consecutive league game when Maximilian Philipp volleyed home in the fifth minute, but Lewandowski struck either side of the break to give his side their first win in the last three games.
The Poland striker levelled in first-half stoppage time for his 250th league goal – only the third player to reach that mark in the Bundesliga.
He added another five minutes after the restart following a strong run.
It was the first loss of the season for Wolfsburg, which had late chances to score, only to be denied by two outstanding Manuel…