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FC Bayern's best Bundesliga stats ranked

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FC Bayern look back on an unusual and outstandingly successful Bundesliga campaign. Munich deservedly won their eighth straight championship title. The campaign was packed with records for FCB, both collectively and indiviudally. fcbayern.com takes a look at Bayern's best stats compared to the rest of the Bundesliga.

The goal-getter – Robert Lewandowski

34 goals: Robert Lewandowski was not to be stopped this campaign! Thanks to his personal best-mark, the 31-year-old sealed the cannon-shaped trophy for the most goals for the fifth time, topping Timo Werner's 28 goals. Serge Gnabry (12) was Bayern's second-best scorer. Lewandowski enjoyed the best campaign of all non-German players in Bundesliga history. Only FCB legend Gerd Müller (three times) has ever scored more goals in a campaign. Lewandowski took the most shots (140) of all Bundesliga players, followed by Werner (123) and Gnabry (100).

Assist king – Thomas Müller

Thomas Müller shone as provider on 21 occasions, setting a record. He surpassed Kevin De Bruyne's previous best-mark since detailed data collection began in 2004/05. Dortmund's Jadon Sancho (16) set up the second-most goals this term. Serge Gnabry (10) was Bayern's second-best provider. Müller also set up the most shots of all Bundesliga pros. The native Bavarian delivered the final pass on 84 occasions, four more than Frankfurt's Filip Kostic. Joshua Kimmich is the Bayern pro who set up the second-most shots (74).

The lynchpin – Joshua Kimmich

Joshua Kimmich has become a leader at FC Bayern! Both his crisp commands on the pitch and his stats prove it. The Germany international had 3314 touches of the ball, by far the most of all Bundesliga players. Dortmund's Sven Bender (2994) had the second-most touches. Benjamin Pavard (2940) had the second-most touches of all Bayern players. Kimmich played 2553 passes, the most of all Bundesliga players, surpassing Bender's 2435. Bayern's David Alaba (2404) lies third in the ranking.

The fastest – Alphonso Davies

Meep, meep, meep - FC Bayern's roadrunner! Alphonso Davies set a Bundesliga record in the match away to Bremen. The Canadian was clocked at 36.51 km/h, a new best-mark in the German top tier since detailed data collection began in 2013/14. Dortmund's Achraf Hakimi was the second-fastest player at 36.49 km/h. Kingsley Coman (35.66) was the second-fastest Bayern pro, with Robert Lewandowski (34.79) third. Davies made 915 sprints, the most of all Bayern pros. The 19-year-old made the fourth-most sprints of all Bundesliga players, with Hakimi (1084) first.

Ever-present – Manuel Neuer

Bayern skipper Manuel Neuer completed 2970 of a possible 3060 minutes this campaign, the most of all FCB pros. The netminder played the sixth-most minutes of all Bundesliga players. Mönchengladbach's Yann Sommer, Leverkusen's Lukas Hradecky and Köln's Timo Horn each played 90 minutes in 34 matches. Joshua Kimmich played 2822 minutes, the second-most of the German record champions.

Legwork – Joshua Kimmich

Joshua Kimmich turned in 397.4 kilometres in 2822 minutes, the distance between Munich and Vienna, a Bundesliga best-mark! Bremen's Davy Klaassen boasts the second-most kilometres (385.5). Benjamin Pavard (346.5) clocked up the second-most of all FCB pros.

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