The Polish forward Robert Lewandowski is continuously impressing the audiences. It seems that when the fans of Bayern started to see their match, they can be sure of one thing that the Poland national team player will find the net for sure. And in the new season, he is making things true. In the season of Bundesliga, he continuously scoring goals in every match and so, based on the amazing performance of the Polish striker, Bayern Munich used to find the victory. And his continuous goal has helped the striker to touch a record. Earlier today, the German champion played a Bundesliga match where Lewandowski’s record secured Bayern’s victory against Berlin!
At the home venue of Bayern Munich Allianz Arena, earlier today the German Bundesliga champion won by a 2 – 1 goal and in the match, Robert scored a goal in the 2nd half. Through the goal of the Polish forward, as the first player in the history of Bundesliga, he has scored goals in the first nine matches.
Robert Lewandowski made but extra records on Saturday by netting in Bayern Munich’s domestic recreation in opposition to Union Berlin, setting a new file after scoring in each of the first nine Bundesliga fits this season.
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The thing is quite easy to say but very difficult to do. But, Lewandowski has done amazing things. At the home venue of the Bayern, in the 13th minute of the game, the local team went ahead. In front of the goal, the Berlin goalkeeper punched for clearing the ball but the ball went to the Bayern player Pavard who was just outside of the box. Through a strong shot, the French defender found the net.
In the 53rd minute of the 2nd half, the Polish star made the record by scoring the 2nd goal in the match. The ball went to Lewandowski by touching a guest team’s player when the Poland player was outside of the box. By making a clear shot, he made the scoreline 2 – 0.
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has broken the record of Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang. In the season of 2015/16, Gabon forward played for Borussia Dortmund and scored goals in the first eight matches in Bundesliga. At the end of the game, Berlind striker Polter was fouled into the Bayern’s box and so, the guest team got a penalty. Polter reduced the goal difference through the spot-kick.
Bayern Munich has already played the nine rounds in the new season of Bundesliga. By winning five times and three draws, they have gathered 18 points and holding the top position. Freiburg is standing on the 2nd position and they are just 1 point behind.