GUARDIOLA DELIGHTED TO SEE OFF TRICKY MAINZ TEST
The former Barcelona coach was happy to see
his Bayern side eventually break down their
opponents with Robert Lewandowski scoring his
100th German league goal.
Bayern Munich coach Pep Guardiola praised the
Bundesliga champions' all-round display after
maintaining their 100 per cent start to the
league season with Saturday's 3-0 victory over
Guardiola's team have now equalled the record
for the best start to a Bundesliga season with a
seventh straight win, as in-form Robert
Lewandowski scored twice along with Kingsley
The visitors were made to wait until six minutes
into the second half before Lewandowski
opened the scoring as Martin Schmidt's side
made life difficult at the Coface Arena.
However, a delighted Guardiola told
reporters: "It was pretty difficult here, Mainz
are a very physical and dynamic team.
"We have played well for 85 minutes - the first
five minutes of the second half we were still in
the dressing room.
"But today I am very, very happy, because I
know how hard it is to win in Mainz.
"We have controlled the game well, created
a few chances and a few counter-attacks. It's
three more points and now we must think about
the next match."
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