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Robert Lewandowski increases the top of the rankings for Peca Nona, the Bundesliga's top scorer

Robert Lewandowski increases the top of the rankings for Peca Nona, the Bundesliga’s top scorer

Bayern Munich They tied 1-1 with Hoffenheim in the 26th round of the Bundesliga. The only goal for the German champions was scored by Robert Lewandowski at the end of the first half. The striker has already scored 17 goals away from home Munichwhich is the same as the previous record holder in the German League in this regard, i.e. Timo Werner and Jupp Heynckes.

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Robert Lewandowski increases his superiority over his competitors

Saturday’s hit was the 29th edition of the Bundesliga this season. Thanks to this Lewandowski It reinforces its leading position in the Bundesliga top scorer classification. It took the Pole 26 games to achieve this number of goals – he scores in the league on average every 78 minutes.

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At this point, his superiority over the next two Bundesliga goalscorers is overwhelming. Patrick Chic Z Bayer LeverkusenWith only 20 results. A few weeks ago, he faced the Czech Lewandowski, but he torn ligaments and did not play in two matches. matches in a row. Interestingly, Schick also scores a league goal every 78 minutes.

He is in third place Erling Haaland With 16 hits in 14 matches (a goal every 72 minutes). The Norwegian will have a chance to reduce the loss to the pole, because it is his Sunday Borussia Armenia’s weak team will face Bielefeld on Sunday.

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German Bundesliga top scorer [stan na 12.03.2022]:

  1. Robert Lewandowski (Bayern Munich) – 29 goals
  2. Patrick Schech (Bayer Leverkusen) – 20 goals
  3. Arling Haaland (Borussia Dortmund) – 16 goals
  4. Anthony Modesti (FC Koln) – 15 goals
  5. Christopher Nkunko (Leipzig) 14 goals
  6. Moussa Diaby (Bayer Leverkusen) 12 goals