Robert Lewandowski scored twice for Bayern Munich on Wednesday evening as they fought back from being a goal behind to win 2-1 over Wolfsburg.
Maximilian Philips scored an unlikely opener for Wolfsburg with just five minutes played, and the visitors almost made it to half time with their lead intact.
But a penalty on the stroke of half time allowed Lewandowski to level, and the Bavarians came out strong in the second half. It was Bayern's turn to score five minutes after the restart, with Lewandowski again on target.
Bayern sit second in the Bundesliga, still a point behind leaders Bayer Leverkusen.
Source: Marca / Conor Clancy