Lewandowski wins top scorer crown and equals Gerd Müller record
What an incredible rate, what incredible consistency! For the fifth time in a row, Robert Lewandowski was the top scorer in the Bundesliga - no player has done that before. The Poland international striker has now won the coveted trophy a total of seven times, drawing level with the previous record holder, Gerd Müller.
Thomas Müller assisting Lewy is a dangerous partnership - and that was the case again in Wolfsburg. Müller crossed into the centre with his left foot on 40 minutes, where Lewandowski headed in to make it 2-0 to Bayern. It was Müller's 18th Bundesliga assist this season. No one got more and Müller equalled his total from the previous year). And it was Lewy's 35th goal - only Gerd Müller and Lewandowski himself last season have ever scored more goals in a Bundesliga season. "I'm very proud, it's somethign very special," Lewandowski said after the game. "Winning it for the fifth time in a row and seventh over all is a good performance and means a lot to me. The Torjägerkanone also belongs to the team."
In addition, the Best FIFA Men's Player scored 30 goals or more in a German top flight season for the fifth time. Only *Der Bomber*Müller has managed that as often. The pair have set high standards in Bundesliga history, as the 30-goal barrier has only been surpassed five times by all other players combined.
Lewy received the cannon after the game with his favourite opponent. He has scored 25 goals in 22 Bundesliga games against Wolfsburg, including his only five-goal haul in the German top flight in 2015/16. The only player ever to score more Bundesliga goals against a particular opponent is Gerd against Hamburg (27).
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