Klopp: Selection issues are a luxury
Borussia Dortmund coach Jurgen Klopp welcomed Robert Lewandowski's hat-trick in the 4-0 win over Augsburg yesterday, but denied that it gives him a selection headache now Lucas Barrios is fit to return.
The Poland international scored three and created the other as Dortmund moved up to fourth in the table, six points adrift of leaders Bayern Munich.
With Barrios now back in full training, he could lose his place in the attack after the international break, but Klopp says accommodating both of them is the least of his options.
"Just as a reminder, both of them played together for almost the entire second half of last season," he said to Sky.
"Everybody is asking about Lucas Barrios, but today Lewi played really well and silenced a few critics.
"I cannot remember the last time I had such a luxury problem - most of the time I just had problems. Today has certainly done us good."
The result leaves Augsburg still without a win in their debut season in the top flight of German football, but their coach Jos Luhukay admitted there is still a league between his side and the defending German champions.
"They absolutely deserved to win," he said. "We were only able to play 30 minutes in the way we had planned to play."