Tottenham suffered the biggest loss in the club’s history going down seven goals to two on home ground in their Champions League tie with Bayern Munich.
Former Arsenal youngster Serge Gnabry netted four, Lewandowski two and Kimmich scored one.
Tottenham went first to score in the 11th minute when Sion cleverly swept the ball across beating Neuer.
Bayern Munich responded three minutes later through Kimmich from 20-yards restoring hopes for the Germans.
Poland striker Robert Lewandowski doubled the lead for the visitors before the end of the first half from within the D area.
In the 52nd minute, youngster Gnabry deepened Spurs pain when he cut across the field before sending the ball to the top corner of the net.
The German youngster was at it again two minutes later when his strike bounced off the post and into the back of the net.
Spurs pulled one back through England forward Harry Kane from the penalty spot in the 61st minute.
Seven minutes to the end of the normal 90 minutes, the Bundesliga giants rained goals on the last season Champions League finalists.
Gnabry scored twice and Lewandowski once in an interval of two minutes in between.
The defeat leaves Mauricio Pochettino’s side in third place at the group stages with one point from there away draw at Olympiacos.
Bayern leads the group with six points having won all two of its matches already.