Robert Lewandowski’s home club Bayern Munich defeated Borussia Mönchengladbach 6: 0 with three goals in the Bundesliga. Lewandowski is close to breaking Gerd Müller’s record.
Lewandowski didn’t take long to score in a meeting last night. The Polish team scored in the second minute and scored a penalty trick in the middle of the second half. This season, the Bayern striker has scored 39 goals in the Bundesliga with 27 games, and Gerd Müller’s record – 40 league goals in one season – is now just one hit away.
Müller, who also played for Bayern, set the current top mark in the 1971/72 season, but the second (38 goals in 1969/70) and third place (36 goals in 1972/73) also belong to the same man. Next, Lewandowski and Dieter Müller have received 34 hits at best.
Lewandowski, who missed five games this season due to injury, still has 180 minutes to set the record, as Bayern have two more matches in the home league. On Saturday, they will drive to Freiburg, which is ranked 10th, and the season will end against Ragnar Klavan’s former home club FC Augsburg. Bayern secured the league title a few hours before defeating Mönchengladbach, as their closest rival, Leipzig, lost to Dortmund 2: 3.
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