Robert Lewandowski is synonymous with goal. The Polish striker never tires of scoring and against Cologne he did not miss his appointment with the goal. With this Saturday, the striker of Bayern Munich has already chained four consecutive games seeing the goal, fattening some scoring figures that are a real scandal.
‘Lewi’ has played a total of 27 games this season, in which he has been able to score 32 goals. The Pole comes out with more than one goal per game and with 21 goals leads the top scorer in the Bundesliga with an income of four goals over Patrick Schick (Leverkusen) and six over Erling Haaland (Borussia Dortmund).
Second in the Ballon d’Or
His impressive season, together with the previous one, which ended with 48 goals in 40 games, did not earn him the award for best footballer of the year. It was Leo Messi (PSG) who won the Ballon d’Or and left Lewandowski without a more than deserved distinction.
Bundesliga: 21 goals in 19 games
Champions League: 9 in 6 parts
Cup: 0 in 1 part.
Super Cup: 2 in 2 parts