There are now more than 40 annotations that Robert Lewandoswki accumulates with Bayern Munich in all the competitions he has played this season
Robert Lewandowski surpassed 40 goals in all competitions for Bayern Munich. The Polish striker made a hat-trick in the German side’s partial victory against Stuttgart and reached the magic number for the sixth consecutive season.
The striker had no problem scoring three times after the expulsion of his teammate Alphonso Davies just 12 minutes into the game, same that left the Bundesliga champion team with 10 elements.
At minute 17, Lewandowski scored the first goal of the match and 39 on his personal account in all competitions. Then Serge Gnabry increased the lead to 2-0 and at minute 23, the Pole scored again to sign the double and 40 goals.
Thus, The European forward established himself among the best scorers in the history of the Bundesliga, as he scored his 269th goal and broke the tie he had with Klaus Fischer to be the second highest scorer in the German league. Now he is only behind Gerd Müller, who scored 365 goals.
Also, if that weren’t enough, with today’s double, Lewandowski is just six goals away from tying Gea Müller’s record for the most goals in a Bundesliga campaign, which is 40 annotations and dates from the 1971 campaign. -72.