Bayern fight back for home win, Leverkusen still first after 4-0 win

Bayern Munich came from behind to beat Wolfsburg 2-1 at home but remained second in the Bundesliga standings as leaders Bayer Leverkusen knocked down Cologne away 4-0. Maximiliam Philipp gave Wolfsburg the early lead but Robert Lewandowski scored his 250th league goal right before the break. The striker drove the ball beyond keeper Koen Casteels to turn things around for Bayern on 50 minutes. Leverkusen had a furious start at Cologne as Mitchell Weiser opened the scoring with eight minutes played and Moussa Diaby doubled their lead two minutes later. After the break Patrik Schick and Florian W…

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