This achievement comes after Bayern Munich striker starred this season and scored 33 goals and placed him at the top of the league’s top scorer list, setting a record as the most foreign player scoring goals in one season, and has a remaining match in which it is possible to increase his number of goals.
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Under the supervision of German coach Hans Flick, Lewandowski contributed to overcoming the difficult start for Bayern and crowning the Bavarian team in the eighth league title in a row and weeks before the end of the season, after fierce competition with the historical rival Borussia Dortmund.
Lewandowski outperformed players who leveled high with their clubs, such as Leipzig striker Timo Werner, Borussia Dortmund’s Jadon Sancho, and fellow Erling Halland.
Lewandowski joined Bayern in the summer of 2014 from Dortmund, in a free transfer deal, participated in 283 games during which he scored 239 goals, and made 53 assists.