Happiest man in football LewanGo41ski breaks 49-year goal record

by: Evolve


Bayern Munich’s 9th consecutive Bundesliga celebrations couldn’t have ended in a better way on Saturday as one man, Robert LewanGo41ski stole the entire show. 

Yeah, that ‘LewanGo41ski’ name is a special one for a special goal machine who left the best for the last after he broke the Bundesliga scoring record in a single with practically the last touch of the season. 

The historic moment and celebration from Lewandowski

Champions Bayern signed off an incredible season in some style when they thrashed visitors Augsburg 5-2 in their last game of the season at the Allianz Arena on Saturday. 

With the Bavarians cruising and looking comfortable at 4-2, LewanGo41ski still had enough time to break Gerd Muller’s 49-year-old record with what touched out to be the last action (touch) of the season when he netted Bayern’s fifth of the evening and his 41st of the campaign. 

That goal saw him become the player to score the most goals in a single Bundesliga season as he replaced another Bayern Munich legend, Muller, who has held that record since the 1971/72 season when he scored 40 goals. 

The Goal Machine.

Modest as ever, the happy goal machine dedicated his feat to his teammates;

I have no words. I tried to score for 90 minutes, I tried everything – and it fell in the 90th minute. I am very, very happy. It was a special moment, it was historic.

Lewandowski told Sky Germany

I saw that Leroy had shot, then I just speculated. I wanted to score earlier, of course, but I knew that the situation would come at some point. I also thank my team-mates for trying everything.

he added .

The historic record didn’t come easily to the Polish star, however. He needed 10 shots during the game, six which were on target and he also missed two big chances in the game. But with seconds to go, a gift from Augsburg’s goalkeeper proved to be the decisive moment.




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