Three wins out of three for Bayern Munich since the resumption of the German Bundesliga as Lewandowski scores twice in 5-0 win, MySportDab reports.
The home team coming from a 1-0 win over rival Borussia Dortmund saw them continue with their impressive form with a 5-0 thrashing.
The away side opened the goal-scoring after a blunder from Mathias Joergensen saw he put the ball in his own net.
The goal gave Bayern the much-needed lead after taking full control of the game in the first 15 minutes of the match.
Pavard increases the lead after 29 which saw him convert from a Joshua Kimmich cross from the right corner to make it 2-0.
Robert Lewandowski got his first of the game after an excellent finish from a Thomas Mueller assist to make it 3-0.
That goal ended the first 45 minutes of hostilities which saw the Bavarians enjoying themselves on the pitch.
A 50 minutes back heeled goal from Lewandowski ensured the Polish striker got his second for the match.
Alphonso Davies dribbled past his marker to score a stunner as he made it 5-0 with just 52 minutes played.
The home team tried everything possible to pose a threat in the game but they were unable to break the Bayern defense.
Giesselmann came close to scoring for Fortuna Düsseldorf but his effort failed to hit target as the game progressed.
No goal was record after the fifth goal for Bavarians as the referee signaled for full time.
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