Pep Guardiola celebrated his 100th win as Bayern Munich mentor as Robert Lewandowski scored both objectives in Wednesday’s 2-0 win at Dinamo Zagreb in Champions League.
Bayern had as of now secured their place in the following round as Group F champs before the match at the Maksimir stadium in Zagreb which saw Guardiola achieve his historic point figure in only 132 diversions at the Bavarian titans.
“Despute everything, it was a troublesome diversion and wasn’t anything but difficult to play in,” said Lewandowski with temperatures drifting simply above solidifying in Zagreb.
“We knew we must be tolerant and in the second half we had more space to play with.”
Guardiola rested goalkeeper Manuel Neuer and acquired previous Stuttgart ‘guardian Sven Ulreich who was playing only his second aggressive diversion for the German champions.
Ulreich demonstrated up to the assignment, sparing in the 6th moment from Dinamo midfielder Josip Pivaric and in the 25th moment from Algerian striker El Arbi Hilal Soudani.
In the second half, Guardiola took off Medhi Benatia and Franck Ribery and brought on Thomas Mueller and Jerome Boateng.
The two had a quick effect and the match was chosen in three minutes by Lewandowski scoring in the 61st and 64th minutes.
Mueller missed a punishment in the 87th moment.
Croatian champions Dinamo completed Group F in last place with pool victors Bayern and Arsenal experiencing.
“I need to pay my group a major compliment for the execution. Sven Ulreich did, exceptionally well and I’m satisfied with him,” said Guardiola.