Poland National Team captain Robert Lewandowski has become the highest goalscorer in a season in the German League Bundesliga. Robert Lewandowski, who played for Bayern Munich in the Bundesliga, scored his 41 goals in the league this season in the last minute of the last match and held the record for the most goals scored in a season in the Bundesliga.
The 32-year-old Lewandowski broke his own club’s former footballer Gerrard Müller’s record for the most goals in a season in the Bundesliga by scoring in the 90th minute in a 5–2 win against Augsburg on Saturday. Müller scored 40 goals in the 1971–72 Bundesliga season.
Robert Lewandowski expressed his excitement of hitting 41 goals via an Instagram post, where he wrote in the caption: “Never stop dreaming”.
The Poland player played a key role in Bayern Munich’s 5–2 win against Augsburg in Germany’s top domestic football league. With his 41st goal in the current season, he not only broke the record set by Bayern’s legendary player Gerd Müller in the 1971–72 season but also made his 350th Bundesliga appearance. Müller had scored 40 goals that season.
9️⃣ in a row 🏆
— 🏆CHAMPIONS🏆 (@FCBayernEN) May 24, 2021
Poland striker, who scored 34 goals in the previous season, could not play five of 33 matches this season. Lewandowski scored 41 in 29 matches of the Bundesliga while 53 goals in all 46 matches this season. Bayern Munich, who have already won the Bundesliga trophy for the ninth time in a row, finished their campaign with 78 points from 24 wins in 34 matches.