Robert Lewandowski cannot stop scoring goals as he bagged two against Arminia Bielefeld on Saturday, which allowed him to take the lead in the German Bundesliga’s top scorers list.
Poland’s striker Robert Lewandowski scored four goals for his FC Bayern Munich team in a Bundesliga match against Hertha BSC, won 4:3 by the Pole’s...see more
The Polish striker proved he was still in scintillating form after single-handedly thrashing Hertha Berlin and inspiring the national team to win against Bosnia and Herzegovina.
Lewandowski put the ball into the net in the 26th and in the 45th minute and recorded an assist six minutes into the second half. His side, Bayern Munich, won the match 4:1 and moved up to the second place of the Bundesliga.
The glittering performance in Bielefeld saw him gaining appreciation in the eyes of the Bild German daily journalists, who evaluated his display as “world class”.
Saturday’s brace allowed Lewandowski to leapfrog Andrej Kramarić (six goals) to move on to the top of the top scorers’ ranking on seven. In just four games of the German Bundesliga, Robert Lewandowski was directly involved in 10 out of 17 goals scored by Bayern Munich.
In the grand scheme, the Polish captain’s figures look even more amazing. He scored 102 times in the last 100 games for the German champions. What is more, there is currently no side in the Bundesliga against which Lewandowski has not scored - including Bayern themselves, when he played for Borussia Dortmund.