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Robert Lewandowski & Thiago Alcantara show off in Bayern Munich training

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If Arsenal fans were wondering how Bayern Munich managed to beat their Premier League table-topping team 5-1, then they need look no further than this upcoming video.

Robert Lewandowski & Co ran riot at the Allianz Arena on Wednesday, taking full advantage of a lacklustre Arsenal defence to hand Arsene Wenger his biggest defeat in Europe.

But how do Pep Guardiola's men get so damn good at football? Well, this video, posted by Bayern Munich's official Facebook channel, reveals why three stars, in particular, are excelling this season.


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Thiago Alcantara, Lewandowski and Douglas Costa were getting in some extra training at Bayern's training centre the other day and, instead of playing real football, stunned onlookers with a variety of showboat skills.

The Facebook post has generated a significant amount of engagement in just over 24 hours. At the time of publishing, it is approaching one million views, 9,500 shares and has over 50,000 likes.

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If you don't have time to watch the whole video, we understand, but before you go, cast your eye to 1:00 when Lewandowski manages to take down a stinging pass before spinning it on his head.

It's incredible.

What does Pep Guardiola think about it?

He's stunned...just as you are


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