Tottenham Hotspur were humiliated in front of their home fans as Bayern Munich trashed last season’s finalists 7-2 in the Champions League on Tuesday.
Mauricio Pochettino’s men have conceded seven goals at home in any competition for the first time in their 137-year history.
Heung-min Son gave Tottenham the lead in the 12th minute, but Bundesliga champions equalised three minutes later thanks to a sumptuous strike from Joshua Kimmich.
Serge Gnabry, who left Tottenham’s rivals Arsenal in 2016 to join Werder Bremen, bagged two goals in two minutes before Spurs captain Harry Kane pulled a goal back from the penalty spot in the 61st minute.
The hosts were embarrassed as the 24-year-old Gnabry scored two more and Lewandowski netted his second goal of the match in the 87th minute.