BAYERN Munich fought back to beat Wolfsburg thanks to two goals from Robert Lewandowski, who passed 250 goals in Germany’s top flight.
Robert Lewandowski scored his 250th Bundesliga goal as Bayern Munich came from behind to beat Wolfsburg 2-1 and keep the pressure on Bayer Leverkusen.
Maximilian Philipp had put Wolfsburg ahead at the Allianz Arena on Wednesday with a clinical finish after a mistake by Leroy Sane.
But Lewandowski headed in just before the break to reach the milestone and then added a decisive second early in the second half with a controlled finish.
Visitors Wolfsburg were unbeaten so far this season but saw that record ended as Bayern survived a late onslaught to remain a point behind leaders Leverkusen, 4-0 winners at Cologne.
Wolfsburg took the lead when Sane tried to control in the box rather than clear his lines, allowing Kevin Mbabu to cross for Philipp, who hooked the ball into the net.
But Bayern levelled on the stroke of half-time as Kingsley Coman curled the ball into the box for Lewandowski, left unmarked to head past Koen Casteels for his landmark goal.
The Bayern man had his second early in the second half when Lacroix slipped as he tried to clear Jerome Boateng’s long pass, setting Lewandowski clear to arrow the ball into the corner of the net.