By Emmanuel Okogba
Bringing Robert Lewandoski to the club didn’t stop Barcelona from losing 2-0 to Bayern Munich when they met on Tuesday in the UEFA Champions League.
The Catalan club had not won on the road against Bayern prior to this meeting and were hoping for a change of fortune.
After a goalless first half dominated by Barcelona, two early second half goals condemned Xavi Hernandez’s men to yet another loss to the six times winners of the competition.
Lucas Hernandez opened Bayern’s account on the night, scoring just five minutes after resumption of proceedings against first half’s run of play.
Leroy Sane made it two four minutes later to help his side consolidate their control of the group.