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Lewandowski equates Gerd Muller |  Score the forty goals in the Bundesliga 2020/2021

Lewandowski equates Gerd Muller | Score the forty goals in the Bundesliga 2020/2021

  1. 29 ‘- goal – Manuel Goldie (1-1).
  2. 26 ‘- penalty kick goal – Robert Lewandowski (0-1)
  3. 17 ‘- yellow – Roland Sallai
  1. 90 ‘- yellow – David Alaba
  2. 87 ‘- Yellow – Alfonso Davies
  3. 81 ‘- goal – Christian Günter (2-2).
  4. 72 ‘- ferf. Leroy Sane by Kingsley Coman
  5. 72 ‘- Niklas Saul continues from Buna Sarr
  6. 72 ‘- ferf. Baptiste Santamaría by Yanik Keitel
  7. 72 ‘- Lucas Kubler was followed by Jeong Woo Young
  8. 62 ‘- ferf. Thomas Muller Bab Corentin Tolisso
  9. 62 ‘- ferf. Lucas Hernandez door by Marc Roca
  10. 61 ‘- Roland Sly continues to Jonathan Schmid
  11. 61 ‘- ferf. Nils Petersen to Janick Haberer
  12. 56 ‘- Ermden Demirovic continued Lucas Holler
  13. 53 ‘- goal – Leroy Sani (1-2)

Robert Lewandowski equaled the unattainable record from Gerd Muller’s goal. From the penalty spot against Freiburg, he scored his 40th goal this season with Bayern Munich. Club icon Muller actually showed him to Bayern in the 1971-72 season.

Gerd Muller was the top scorer in the Bundesliga over the years with 365 goals. “Der Bomber” scored up to 40 goals in one season against the net in 1971-1972. A record that seemed almost unapproachable.

But Robert Lewandowski, who was number 2 on the all-time scorers’ list with 276 goals in the Bundesliga, managed to replicate the feat. He scored 40th this season from a penalty kick against Freiburg.

And Lewandowski could do better than club star Mueller. He has a half game against Freiburg and a home match against Augsburg in search of his 41st goal.

This is what the historical goal looks like:

  1. The second half, the 93rd minute, the match ended
  2. Janik Haberer (SC Freiburg) puts his head against the ball, but he can’t frame. The second half, the 90th minute.
  3. Bayern Munich’s David Alaba gets a yellow card during the second half, the 90th minute
  4. A free kick by SC Freiburg. David Alaba (Bayern Munich) caught Lucas Holler and the referee saw that. The second half, the 90th minute.
  5. Vincenzo Griffo (Freiburg FC) shoots with his right foot, but the shot goes too far. The second half, the 88th minute.
  6. A yellow card from Bayern Munich player Alfonso Davis during the second half, the 87th minute
  7. Alfonso Davis (Bayern Munich) blows the whistle from the referee. He talked badly about Jeong Woo-yeong (SC Freiburg). The second half, the 87th minute.
  8. Mark Rocca (Bayern Munich) received the whistle from the referee. Talk a lot about Janick Haberer (Freiburg Club). The second half, the 87th minute.
  9. Jung Woo Young (Freiburg Club) blows the whistle by the referee. He went into a lot of detail about Robert Lewandowski (Bayern Munich). The second half, the 87th minute.
  10. Robert Lewandowski (Bayern Munich) can build with the right foot, but his shot is blocked. The second half, the 86th minute.
  11. Jung Woo Young (Freiburg Club) blows the whistle by the referee. He went big with Joshua Kimmich (Bayern Munich). The second half, the 85th minute.
  12. Joshua Kimmich takes the corner for Bayern Munich. The ball drops in the middle in front of the goal. The second half, the 84th minute.
  13. Rescue of Mark Let it be (SC Freiburg), who can block the ball while diving. The second half, the 84th minute.
  14. A cross pass to Robert Lewandowski (Bayern Munich). His header was heading towards the goal … the second half, the 84th minute.
  15. Jung Woo Young (Freiburg Club) blows the whistle by the referee. It has gone big over Corentin Tolisso (FC Bayern Munich). The second half, the 83rd minute.
  16. Christian Gunter can score for FC Freiburg. The help is attributed to Vincenzo Grifo. The second half, the 81st minute.
  17. A goal in the second half, the 81st minute through Christian Guenter from Freiburg. 2, 2.
  18. David Alaba (Bayern Munich) puts his head against the ball, but he can’t frame. The second half, the 81st minute.
  19. In FC Bayern Munich, Joshua Kimmich took the corner. His cross is pointing towards the first standing. The second half, the 80th minute.
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