All in all, Robert Lewandowski has scored 42 goals and assisted 8 times in 36 matches across all competitions this season.
Robert Lewandowski has been more prolific than ever in the current Bundesliga season, putting himself in line to break Gerd Muller’s legendary 1972 season record of 40 goals.
The 32-year-old Polish striker has scored 35 this season in just 26 matches.
With eight more match days to go for the Bavarian side, it only looks likely he will break the record which has stood strong for 49 years.
His astonishing statistic has seen his league goal scoring record stand tall against seven Bundesliga teams who have managed to score less.
Lewandowski has been dominating Bundesliga this season 💥— ESPN FC (@ESPNFC) April 2, 2021
Can Bayern Munich get it done against RB Leipzig without him on Saturday? pic.twitter.com/YoXMNs1QxI
He has managed to outscore the lower half of the league table, pipping the likes of Werder Bremen, Hertha Berlin, Augsburg, Mainz, Koln, Arminia Bielefeld & Schalke 04.
Bayern have scored 78 goals this season in the league, out of which 35 have come from Lewandowski – accounting for almost half of club's league goals scored.
His recent knee injury is set to sit him out for four weeks, but the marksman is determined to make an early return from injury, in just two weeks.
Bayern next face RB Leipzig in a match that is poised to be a title decider.