Robert Lewandowski has broken another record at the 1: 1 (1: 1) of FC Bayern Munich at the TSG 1899 Hoffenheim on the weekend.
As a referee Robert Schröder blew at the late Saturday afternoon at 17:20 clock to the final whistle, the mood was rather mixed at FC Bayern. Due to numerous unused bulk opportunities at the end of a spectacular game was only a draw for the German football record champion against strong Sinsheimer to be booked. At the same time striker Robert Lewandowski could have a good mood.
Not only because the 33-year-old hit the balance shortly before the break and thus already marked his 29th Bundesliga hit this season – in just 26 games. But also because the Polish national forces thus once again adjusted a record in the dress of the Munich.
Because his goal against the TSG in the 45th minute was also his 17th away gate in the current season. These had only two more players before him: Jupp Heynckes (in the season 1973/74) and Timo Werner (2019/20). However, seen on the full season. Lewandowski, on the other hand, now remain even more four games on foreign places to become the sole record holder.
In addition to the Away Secondary Record, the Bayern striker also get two more striking milestones. For Hoffenheim’s Keeper Oliver Baumann, Lewandowski had a total of the 19th time. Hardly surprising that only a single player in this regard is even better than the pole: Gerd Müller.
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This takes 20 results against the Keeper Horst Wolter in services of Eintracht Braunschweig and Union Berlin at his active time at FC Bayern. But this record can also set or even crack Lewandowski, as long as Baumann and the attacker himself stay in the Bundesliga.
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In addition, Lewandowski also collected a more small personal milestone: never before had he met twice in a row after a corner. Against the SPVGG Greuther Fürth and then against Hoffenheim it was time.