Is Robert Lewandowski the best Bundesliga striker ever?

Is Robert Lewandowski the best Bundesliga striker ever
WOLFSBURG, GERMANY - JUNE 27: Robert Lewandowski of Bayern Muenchen kisses the trophy for the top goalscorer of the season after the Bundesliga match between VfL Wolfsburg and FC Bayern Muenchen at Volkswagen Arena on June 27, 2020 in Wolfsburg, Germany. (Photo by Stuart Franklin/Getty Images)

The Clean superstar was praised subsequent to completing as the German first class’ head striker indeed

The 2019-20 Bundesliga top scorer Robert Lewandowski is “the best place ahead on the planet”, as indicated by Bayern Munich administrator Karl-Heinz Rummenigge.

Lewandowski scored a second-half punishment as Bayern, effectively affirmed as champions for an eighth progressive season, whipped Wolfsburg 4-0 to complete their League crusade on a high.

That took Lewandowski’s count for the season to 34 – six more than RB Leipzig’s Timo Werner – a figure that spoke to the Clean striker’s best ever return in Germany’s first class.

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It is the fifth time previous Borussia Dortmund man Lewandowski has completed as the Bundesliga’s top scorer and he presently has Gerd Muller in his sights, with the Bayern legend having completed as the main marksman on seven events.

To be sure Muller is the main man to have scored more than 34 Bundesliga objectives in a season, an achievement he accomplished on three separate events.

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“To score 34 goals in one Bundesliga season is an incredible achievement,” Rummenigge told Bayern’s official website.

“Only ‘Der Bomber’, Gerd Muller, has ever scored more goals in one campaign.

“I’d like to congratulate and thank Robert Lewandowski. He is the best centre-forward in the world.”

Lewandowski’s take ran over 31 games and he recommended an entire 34-game battle implied have brought about an ever better return.

“Unfortunately I missed three matches this campaign,” the 31-year-old added.

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“I am very pleased with the 34 goals, but of course thanks must go to the team.”

Lewandowski has the third-most goals in Bundesliga history having enrolled multiple times.

Just two men – Muller and Schalke extraordinary Klaus Fischer – have discovered the net all the more regularly throughout the entire existence of Germany’s first class.

Bayern’s pounding of Wolfsburg began easily as Kingsley Coman kicked the festivals off in the fourth moment, locking onto a splendid through-ball from Thomas Muller and managing a fine completion across restriction goalkeeper Koen Casteels and into the base left corner.

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Lewandowski was denied by Casteels not long after however there was nothing the Wolfsburg plug could do to stop Mickael Cuisance’s left-footed, 20-yard styler from finding the upper left corner.

In the wake of being halted by Casteels once more, Lewandowski at last hit the objective in the 72nd moment. The Poland global scored his 34th League goal of the period after Josuha Guilavogui felled the noteworthy Cuisance.

Bayern capitalized on their numerical preferred position by scoring a fourth seven minutes after the fact, Muller penetrating home at the back post and the festivals ventured up a rigging after the last whistle.

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