In the first portion of play, Lyon actually looked the more dangerous side and passed up a number of very good opportunities to score, with Karl Toko Ekambi even hitting the post after a mazy run down the right.
Lewandowski would make it 3-0.
What was Lewandowski's overall display like?
📷 Match Snapshot
For a while, it seemed like it would be a frustrating evening for the Bundesliga top scorer, as he got himself into a few cracking positions only to fluff his lines or miss the ball completely.
For Bayern's second goal which was dispatched a few yards out from Gnabry, it only came to pass after Lewandowski somehow managed to miss an open goal, with his smuggled effort failing to cross the line.
A few minutes after that, he failed to convert a Gnabry cross to the back post.
Throughout this time, though, his build up play was fabulous as he dropped deep, allowing both Gnabry and Thomas Muller to sprint in behind for balls over the top. That became one of the major factors of Bayern's attacking arsenal on the night.
⚽ ⏱️ 88' The game was already dead and buried at this point, but Lewandowski earned his place on the scoresheet with two minutes to go, emphatically glancing a header into the bottom corner after a cross from Joshua Kimmich.
The former Dortmund striker had 57 touches of the ball and misplaced just four passes out of 37, further highlighting his excellent hold up play up top.
He won 9/16 duels and sent 23 passes into the final third, a tally which was only bettered in the two Champions League semis by Angelino of RB Leipzig.
As for touches inside the opposition box, he outperformed everyone with nine.
〽️ Rating Week-on-Week
In the 8-2 demolition of Barcelona, Lewandowski wasn't actually the star man, earning a good but not spectacular 8.4 FC Rating.
Against Lyon, he boosted himself up to a 9.0 FC Rating.
🗝️ Key Stats
Lewandowski match stats
|FC Rating||9.0||🏆 FC Man of the Match|
|Touches In Box||9||Rank #1|
|Final Third Passes||23||Rank #1|
The Champions League final; a very tasty fixture against PSG.