Bayern vs Schalke: Robert Lewandowski pulls off rabona assist to setup Thomas Muller

What an assist from Lewandowski!

Bayern Munich looked as fearsome as ever in the opening game of their 2020/21 Bundesliga campaign tonight.

Hansi Flick's side destroyed Schalke 8-0 in the Allianz Arena, with Serge Gnabry grabbing a brilliant hat-trick.

Leroy Sane scored and notched two assists on his Bundesliga debut with Bayern and Robert Lewandowski thumped home his first goal of the season from the penalty spot.

Leon Goretzka also scored against his former team, while 17-year-old Englishman Jamal Musiala also found the back of the net to make it 8-0 on the night.

With so many goals flying in, it was hard to pick one standout moment from the game, but Lewandowski always seems to deliver something unbelievable.

Lewandowski in action

The Polish striker is far more than just a goal scorer and he proved just that by assisting Bayern's sixth goal of the evening, scored by Thomas Muller.

But this wasn't any ordinary assist from Lewandowski, far from it.

The former Borussia Dortmund man went full Ronaldinho and delivered an unexpectedly brillian 'rabona assist'. You can watch the Pole's moment of magic below.

What. A. Player!

Alphonso Davies had to stand up and applaud on the bench and you can bet football fans all over the world were doing the exact same in their homes.

The volleyed finish from Muller was typically brilliant too and the strike from the German icon means he has now scored 200 goals for Bayern.

Sane's addition to the side also looks like like it will be a huge positive, with the former Man City winger showing off his ridiculous speed to tee up Gnabry for Bayern's fifth goal.

You feel for full-backs across Germany this season and pretty much anyone that has to come up against Flick's well-oiled machine.

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