Dortmund goes four match without a win as goals from Robben, Lewandowski and David Alaba made Dortmund slip to third place behind RB-Leipzig.
Bayern Munich extended their lead in Bundesliga after amazing 3-1 win over arch rival Borrusia Dortmund in Der Klassiker at Signal Iduna Park.
Bayerns fourth successive win in Bundesliga under coach Jupp Hynckes open up a six point lead over Dortmund.Turning the things around for Bayern Munich after disappointing losses during the coach Carlo Ancelotti at the beginning of the season.
Arjen Robben became Bayern’s highest-scoring foreign player in the Bundesliga when his 93rd goal for the club finished off of a lovely move, with Robert Lewandowski returning to haunt his former club again by doubling their lead before the break.
The Bavarians put the result beyond doubt in 67th minute after which David Alaba was substituted due to hamstring injury. Alaba was one of the names on the score sheet and displaying amazing piece of game at Signal Iduna Park.
Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang failed to take his chances as his barren run stretched to five matches, but a consolation strike from Marc Barta may not be enough to stop Peter Bosz going back to the drawing board after a chastening defeat that underlined their change in fortunes.
After Aubameyang wasted his first chance of the match, Robben rounded off an exquisite Bayern move to give Bayern a 16th-minute lead.
Dortmund proved to be threat on counter attacks even after the ball was in the half of Dortmund in more then fifty percent of game.
Dortmund were made to pay for their missed chances when Lewandowski flicked Joshua Kimmich’s cross home, a deflection off Julian Weigl looping the ball over Burki.
Castro missed another opportunity in stoppage time and the makeshift right-back’s strike provided short-lived relief amid an increasingly dismal run for Dortmund.