Lewandowski set up a dozen post-winning Dortmund records for Bayern

Bayern Munich have beaten Dortmund to 5 goals without losing the match for the Bundesliga round 28. This victory marked Lewandowski’s mark.

Robert Lewandowski set up a goal for Bayern Munich to beat Dortmund 5-0 last night (April 6). 3 points to help the defending champions return to the # 1 position on the Bundesliga rankings for the season 2018/19.

For the individual Polish striker, the double at the Allianz Arena helped him set many impressive milestones in Germany’s highest tournament.

First, the goals in the 17th and 89th minute helped Lewandowski get 201 goals in the Bundesliga. He became the fifth player to score 200 goals in this tournament, after Gerd Muller (365 goals), Klaus Fischer (268 tables), Jupp Heynckes (220 goals) and Manfred Burgsmuller (213 goals).

Secondly, ‘Super Eagle’ became the first player in the history of the league to score in 5 consecutive matches against the old club. Dortmund lovers are not happy with this statistic. At the Summer Market 2014, the 30-year-old striker left Signal Iduna Park to join Bayern Munich as a free transfer.

Third, the previous double Die Borussen helped Lewandowski get 14 goals in the German Super classic games. He balances the legend of Gerd Muller. In the 14 goals of the Polish striker at Super classic Germany, 12 was made when he played for Bayern Munich.

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