Bayern Thrash Leverkusen Into German Cup Final

Bayern Munich have kept the hopes of an impressive treble win alive after they reached the German Cup final by thrashing their hosts Bayer Leverkusen 6-2 in their semifinal clash on Tuesday night.

German international forward Thomas Mueller scored his first hattrick in four years (2014) in addition to goals from Robert Lewandowski (2) and Thiago Alcantara with Lars Bender and Leon Bailey getting the consolation goals for the home side.

Current manager Jupp Heynckes led the team to an historic treble in 2013 and is on the road to another one with Bayern still in the UEFA Champions League (will face Real Madrid in the last four) and the German Cup final in addition to winning the Bundesliga title.

Bayern Munich will now face the winner of Wednesday’s semifinal match between Schalke 04 and Eintracht Frankfurt in the German Cup final scheduled for May 19.