Robert Lewandowski struck twice and Arjen Robben netted with a rare diving header as Champions Bayern Munich came from a goal down to win 3-1 at Mainz 05 to reclaim top spot in the German Soccer League Bundesliga. Hot-shot Poland International Lewandowski has now scored twice in each of his last four visits to Mainz, a League record. Bayern went behind after four minutes when powerful Colombian striker Jhon Cordoba charged past Javi Martinez and drilled an unstoppable low shot past keeper Manuel Neuer. Lewandowski equalised four minutes later with a tidy finish from a fine through ball by Robben. Mueller turned provider and Robben beat Loessl with a well-timed header to put the Champions ahead in the 21st minute. Lewandowski then grabbed his ninth League Goal of the campaign in stoppage time at the end of the game. Bayern have now chalked up two Bundesliga wins in a row after suffering their first defeat of the season against Borussia Dortmund on Nov. 19. At the end of the weekend Bayern were second in the Bundeliga table with 30 points while Mainz are 10th on 17 points.

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