Bayern too strong for Koln

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Bayern Munich 4-0 FC Koln

Bayern Munich were in a rampant mood afte thuming ten-man FC Koln on Saturday afternoon at the Allianz Arena.

Robert Lewandowski grabbed a first-half brace to put the hosts two goals at the break.

Koln were then reduced to ten men just before the hour-mark after Kingsley Ehizibue was red-carded for a challenge on Philippe Coutinho inside the box, which allowed the Brazilian to score from the resultant spot kick.

Ivan Perisic rounded the scoring Niko Kovac's side with the fourth goal 17 minutes before time.

Werder Bremen 0-3 RB Leipzig

RB Leipzig will finish the weekend top of the table after an impressive 3-0 win away to Werder Bremen.

Willi Orban, Marcel Sabitzer and Marcelo Sarrachi got the goals for the away side, who also had Konrad Laimer sent off.

Bayer Leverkusen 2-0 Union Berlin

Bayer Leverkusen cruised to a 2-0 victory over ten-man Union Berlin on Saturday afternoon at Bay Arena.

Kevin Volland got the opener for the hosts in the 20th minute beforeLucas Alario made it 2-0 five minutes later.

Berlin' chances of a comeback were dashed as Sebastian Polter was red-carded in the 66th minute as Leverkusen held on to all the three points.

Freiburg 1-1 Augsburg

Freiburg climbed up to second on the Bundesliga table despite playing to a 1-1 stalemate with Augsburg on Saturday afternoon at Schwarzwald-Stadion.

Lucas Holer broke the deadlock for the hosts in the 23rd minute but Florian Niederlechner levelled matters for Augsburg six minutes before the break.

Hertha Berlin 2-1 Paderborn

Hertha Berlin won their first game of the Bundesliga campaign after edging Paderborn 2-1 on Saturday afternoon at Olympiastadion Berlin.

Javairo Dilrosun got an early lead for the hosts in the tenth minute and Marius Wolf doubled the advantage in the 52nd minute.

Ben Zolinski pulled a goal back for the visitors two minutes later but Hertha held on for their first win of the season.