Bayern Munich coach, Jupp Heynckes says he is not happy with his side’s display against Cologne, but is pleased with the win.
Bayern Munich opened up a nine-point lead at the top of the table, after a narrow 1-0 win over Cologne.
Lewandowski was the man to break down Cologne in the second half, scoring for the eighth straight game at home in the league.
Speaking afterwards, Bayern head coach Heynckes said: “You could tell we struggled a lot against a very defensively-minded Cologne team who were very well-organised.
“I missed our quick play from defence, our precision and, especially in the first half, our changes of pace. We improved a bit in the second half.
“We lacked ease and verve, but we can still win matches like this one, and that’s a good sign.
“We had to make fundamental changes at half-time. Matches like this one happen. We’ve had a demanding programme, and two difficult matches are still awaiting us.”