Decoding Robert Lewandowski's terrific numbers in 2020-21Last updated on Mar 08, 2021, 08:00 pm
Bayern Munich ace Robert Lewandowski has been bossing the show in the ongoing 2020-21 season.
The Polish international has played a major role in delivering the goods for Bayern after a dream 2019-20 season.
Lewandowski, who won various awards for his show in the last season, will hope to continue his form in the same vein.
Here are his numbers.
Lewandowski has scored 37 goals in all competitions
The Bayern ace has amassed 37 goals in all competitions already.
This is the most by any player in Europe's top 5 domestic leagues.
Lewandowski, who scored a stupendous 55 goals goals last season (his best), needs 19 more to get past his record.
He has scored four in the Champions League this season, besides 31 in the Bundesliga, besides two in other competitions.
Lewandowski has been involved in 37 Bundesliga goals
Lewandowski smashed a hat-trick against Borussia Dortmund in a 4-2 win on March 6.
Notably, the veteran striker has been involved in 37 goals in the Bundesliga this season (G31 A6).
Lewandowski has won the award for the highest number of Bundesliga goals in a season for three successive seasons.
He is in line to win a fourth straight award, including five in total.
Lewandowski's Bundesliga numbers are terrific
Lewandowski has amassed 267 career Bundesliga goals, including 193 for Bayern.
He is seven short of scoring 200 league goals for the Bavarians.
The star forward can also get past second-placed Klaus Fischer on the league's all-time scoring charts (268).
Gerd Muller (365) leads the show in Bundesliga history.
Can Lewandowski break Gerd Muller's 40-goal Bundesliga record?
Lewandowski will be aiming to break Gerd Muller's record for scoring the most goals in a Bundesliga season.
With 10 games of the current campaign left to play,
Lewandowski can get past Muller's record of 40 goals set in the 1971-72 season.
Lewandowski already has five more than Muller's haul after 24 league games in 1971-72.