Borussia Dortmund welcomed rival Bayern Munich to the Westfalenstadion within the Der Klassiker realizing a win would see Peter Bosz’s aspect vault the Bavarians for high spot within the Bundesliga.

A lot for that, after Arjen Robben‘s artful 16th-minute end set the desk for a Three-1 victory that sees Bayern keep a three-point hole on second-place RB Leipzig. The win forges a six-point benefit on a Dortmund aspect mired by a colorless run of kind.

Robert Lewandowski made it 2-Zero eight minutes earlier than the interval, courtesy of a blinding backheel, earlier than David Alaba made it three to the great within the 67th minute.

Dortmund did get on the scoreboard two minutes earlier than time when difficult American winger Christian Pulisic nutmegged Robben within the nook and performed a give-and-go with Shinji Kagawa, resulting in a deft curling effort from centre-half Marc Bartra.

Robust run of kind for Dortmund of late after beginning the home marketing campaign on a stellar stretch of six wins in seven while outscoring opponents 21-2. Dortmund has now gained simply one in all its final seven in all competitions, with a 5-Zero home cup drubbing over third-tier FC Magdeburg the one optimistic for Bosz’s lot.

A case of opposites for Bayern, who’s unbeaten below supervisor returnee Jupp Heynckes, together with a pair of wins over Leipzig in a three-day span.