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Bayern Munich vs Bochum.. Lewandowski continues to break records

The Polish star of Bayern Munich set a record in the German League, after he scored a goal in the Bavarian thrashing of his counterpart Bochum 7-0 in the match that brought them together today at the Allianz Arena in the fifth round of the “Bundesliga” competitions for the current season 2021-2022.

And the "Opta" statistics network reported that Robert Lewandowski became the first player in the history of the German League to score in 13 consecutive matches at home, surpassing the number of the duo Gerd Muller and Jupp Heynckes (12 games each).

Lewandowski also scored in 19 consecutive matches with Bayern Munich in various competitions.

The Polish star scored goals in 15 consecutive matches in the German League, and the second highest number for a player in the Bundesliga, the highest number for Gerd Muller (16 games), Lewandowski has chances to equal the number in the next round match against Greuther Fürth.

Leroy Sane opened the Bavarian goals in the 17th minute, and Joshua Kimmich added the second goal in the 27th minute and the sixth in the 65th minute of the match, while Serge Gnabry scored the third goal in the 32nd minute, and the fourth goal came after Vasilis Lambropols scored an own goal in the 43rd minute, Robert Lewandowski scored the fifth goal in the 61st minute, and Eric Maxim Moutinj scored the seventh goal in the 79th minute.

With this result, Bayern Munich took the lead in the German League with 13 points collected from 5 matches, awaiting the stumble of its opponent, Wolfsburg, runner-up with 12 points.

Bayern Munich


Goalkeeper: Neuer

Defence: Davies, Hernandez, Sule, Stanisic

Midfield: Kimmich - Goretzka - Sane

Forwards: Muller, Gnabry, Lewandowski