BERLIN, July 27 (Xinhua) -- Bayern lift the Telecom Cup for the second time in a row as they beat Wolfsburg 3-0 at the final on Sunday.
Bayern Munich showed a faultless performance as they defeated Wolfsburg 3-0 at the preparations tournament meanwhile Hamburg clinched the third place with a 3-1 victory over Monchengladbach.
Robert Lewandowski's brace and Sebastian Rode's goal sealed the deal within twenty minutes as the "Wolves" lacked in penetration. The Bavarians needed just four minutes to break the deadlock when Franck Ribery crossed into the box to see Lewandowski heading home into the top right corner.
Sebastian Rode doubled the lead at the 15th minute, following a one-two with Claudio Pizzaro, beating Wolfsburg' s goalkeeper Max Grun into the bottom left.
Wolfsburg were unable to put up some resistance as the German record champions enlarged the lead thanks to new arrival Robert Lewandowski, who curled the ball from outside of the box into the top right corner.
The second half remained unspectacular as Bayern retracted meanwhile Wolfsburg posed no threat to Bayern' s defence.
Hamburg clinched the third place against Monchengladbach as Jacques Zoua, Rafael van der Vaart and Kerem Demirbay ensured a 3-1 win for the "Rothosen" on home soil.