In the sixth match of the German League, Lewandowski failed to match the record held by the late Gerd Mueller. This happened because the tall Polish player was unable to damage the sanctity of Greuther’s goal.
Thus, the record of goals in 19 consecutive matches Lewandowski stopped in this match. However, the player who just won the European Golden Shoe award was not disappointed because he was able to bring the club to secure three points while placing Bayern at the top of the standings with a value of 16 points.
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So far Muenchen still maintain an unbeaten record in six Bundesliga matches. With details, five wins and one draw.
Overall, Muenchen unbeaten in their last eight matches. In total, Lewandowski et al have recorded 40 goals in all competitions.
A total of 23 goals of which were scored by Julian Nagelsmann’s men in the Bundesliga in his first six games in charge of Munich. It was a new record for a new coach at a club after six matches in the German League.
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For your information, the three winning goals Muenchen each scored by Thomas Mueller (10′), Joshua Kimmich (31′), Sebastian Griesbeck (68′ Og). For Mueller, it was his 218th goal for Bayern.