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Bayern Munich romped to a 5-0 win over Besiktas in their UEFA Champions League tie on Tuesday after the Turkish champions played almost the whole match with 10 men.

Lewandowski then played a pivotal role in Bayern's second goal of the evening, cutting the ball back for Coman right on the penalty spot for the French attacker to sweep past Fabricio.

The Turkish club's positive start was wrecked when they went one man down as early as the 16 minute when Domagoj Vida brought down Robert Lewandowski. Lewandowski sealed the win with two late goals.

The win was Bayern's 14 successive victory in all competitions, however, Heynckes said there was still work to do.

And the hosts finally made the man advantage tell with Thomas Muller poking the ball home from in front of the Besiktas goal after a mis-hit David Alaba shot fell to his feet.

In what turned out to be a nightmarish evening for Besiktas, here are five things we learned from another ruthless Bayern performance in Europe.

Besiktas won all three away games in the group stage and came with the clear intention of attacking Bayern but their plans were torpedoed by Vida's red card.

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Our first Must-Have for Tuesday and Wednesday's Champions League slate is Robert Lewandowski, the Polish striker for Bayern Munich.

Bayern struggled out of the gates this season with an embarrassing 3-0 Champions League loss to Paris Saint-Germain, proving to be the final straw for Carlo Ancelotti's managerial reign. The authors of the doubles was much closer to entering the top 10 best scorers in the history of the Champions League, once in two and five goals, respectively, from the legendary Portuguese player Eusebio.

"I'm not thinking about that at all at the moment", Lewandowski said.

1 - Barcelona have reached the Champions League semi-finals only once in the last four seasons.

His selfless assist for Kingsley Coman, to give Bayern an unassailable 2-0 lead, illustrated that. Against no other team has he played that many minutes without ever finding the net.

According to current UEFA rules, in place since the 2014/15 season, yellow cards accumulated since the group stage are written off after the quarterfinals so that players go into the semifinals with a clean slate - unless a player picks up his third yellow in the quarterfinal second leg.


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