Bayern Munich have been relentless in this Champions League campaign and have already booked their place in the last 16 with two group games to spare.
With four wins from four and 17 goals scored, the German champions look unstoppable. On Tuesday night they ruthlessly put five past Benfica and in doing so did Barcelona a favour as the Catalans can now qualify if they beat the Portuguese side at the Camp Nou later in the month.
Benfica beat Barcelona convinvingly at the Estadio da Luz on matchday two and will need to avoid defeat at the Camp Nou to stay alive in the competition.
Hat-trick for top scorer Lewandowski
Polish striker Robert Lewandowski missed a penalty but still scored three in a 5-2 win, and is the top scorer in the competition this season with an incredible eight goals in four games.
The pick of his three was the second, a clever dink over the keeper after he took Leroy Sane's pass in his stride.
Sane himself had a contender for goal of the game with a powerful half-volley after Alphonso Davies nodded Kingsley Coman's cross back to him.
Serge Gnabry might also claim that honour for his delightful flicked finish for the second goal.
That's how good Bayern have been in this competition: we're not talking about goal of the season, just their goal of the night and there is some competition.
The Germans will take some stopping in this year's comeptition. Benfica took two off them tonight, their first goals conceded of the tournament and there might not be many more of those to come.
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