Most Bundesliga experts believed that Bayern's game against Bochum would not be as complicated, but no one hinted that it would be THIS easy.
The Bavarian side claimed a 7-0 victory over the recently promoted team at Allianz Arena, with their goals being scored by Joshua Kimmich (2), Leroy Sane, Serge Gnabry, an own goal by Vasilios Lambropoulos, Eric Choupo-Moting, and Robert Lewandowski. As it has been usual during Bayern's last games, Lewandowski's goal gave the footballer one more goalscoring record in the German top-flight.
The Polish ace found the back of the net during the first minutes of the second half, and while doing so, he has scored at least one goal for the past 19 Bayern München games.
Robert Lewandowski has scored in 19 consecutive Bayern Munich games. In all comps this season, he has scored 11 goals in just 7 appearances.— Statman Dave (@StatmanDave) September 18, 2021
On another level. pic.twitter.com/0aYGqCVSOb
During that run, Lewandowski has also managed to find the back of the net 13 times while playing at home, which has broken the tie between the Polish ace and legendary striker Gerd Müller, the previous owner of such a milestone.
13 – Robert Lewandowski is the first player in #Bundesliga history to score in 13 consecutive home matches in the competition; previously he had shared this record with Gerd Müller and Jupp Heynckes (12 each). Record. #FCBBOC pic.twitter.com/Vq4qWyUV54— OptaFranz (@OptaFranz) September 18, 2021
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