Bundesliga: Robert Lewandowski breaks record as Bayern win 4-0 against Stuttgart; check out

Robert Lewandowski had another feather in his cap as he broke record in the 4-0 victory over VfB Stuttgart at home on the weekend.
ImageThe Bayern Munich and Poland striker has now scored 40+ club goals for the sixth straight season, making him the only player in the Europe’s top 5 leagues to have done it in every season since 2015/16.

Lewandowski hat-trick seal the game for Bayern Munich beat Stuttgart by 4-0, take four point lead on the top

ImageLewandowski has been a dynamite for Bayern Munich this season having scored 35 goals in the Bundesliga, being the top scorer in the league.
He is within 5 goals of equaling the record of 40 goals in one season set by Gerd Müller for Bayern Munich in the 1971-72 season.
His stats since 2015-16 are as follows:
2015-16: 42 goals in 51 matches
2016-17: 43 goals in 47 matches.
2017-18: 41 goals in 48 matches.
2018-19: 40 goals in 47 matches.
2019-20: 55 goals in 47 matches
2020-21: 42 goals in 36 matches*
(matches are across all competitions)
The goal scoring ability has become even better over the last five years and with the form he is in at the moment, a first Ballon D’or is not too far for the Polish striker.
Robert has scored 197 goals in 215 appearances in the league since his arrival at the Bavarians.
He had played for Borussia Dortmund earlier, where he scored 103 goals across all competitions.
The striker is the 2nd highest goal scorer in the history of Bayern Munich with 288 goals and is only behind Gerd Müller’s 523 goals.
Bayern Munich is the Bundesliga table toppers currently with 61 points in 26 matches.


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