300 goals for Robert Lewandowski and 150 assists for Thomas Muller in the Bundesliga. With such impressive stats, Bayern Munich had no problem putting Cologne aside. De Rekordmeister scored for the 66th league game in a row and broke a team record.
Between 2012 and 2014, Bayern Munich managed to score 65 consecutive league matches, but this record had to be defeated by Cologne. After only 9 minutes, Lewandowski managed to shoot the ball into the far corner.
Thomas Müller made Bayern’s record-breaking evening even more beautiful by completing a feat himself. After Lewandowski’s assist, he also put Tolisso on his way to 0-2, which is the 150th assist in the Bundesliga.
And then the record fighter Lewandowski could not stay behind. The 33-year-old Paul finished the second half with a good hat-trick for the 22nd and 23rd of the season. In total, the scoring machine has now scored 300 goals in the Bundesliga. Is Gerd Muller (365 goals) still in danger?
Thanks to the 0-4 win in Cologne, Bayern Munich is 6 points ahead of the first pursuits, Borussia Dortmund. Bayern are fighting for their 10th (!) League title in a row this season.
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