The mercurial striker scored on the final matchday to create a new record.
Robert Lewandowski scored his 41st league goal to make a new Bundesliga history. Bayern Munich played the final match of the season against Augsburg in Allianz Arena.
At halftime, the Bavarians were comfortably up by 4-0 in the halftime. Jeffrey Gouweleeuw scored an own goal in the ninth minute. Serge Gnabry, Joshua Kimmich, and Kingsley Coman scored in the 23rd, 33rd, and 43rd minutes to put the recently crowned German champions.
Robert Lewandowski scored a record-breaking 41 goals this season in the Bundesliga. Photo Source: Bavarian Football Works
Lewandowski, who scored in the last game to match the legendary Gerd Muller's 1971-72 campaign's goal scoring feat, looked to miss out on the chance to break the record. However, he scored in a dramatic fashion in the last minute of the game to create a new league record.
The 32-year-old forward managed to achieve the feat in "29 matches." Yes, you heard that right. Just 29 games!. Imagine how much he could have scored if he had played all the games.
Robert Lewandowski is the winner of the highest goal-scoring award. Photo Source: The Guardian
In the 2020-21 season alone, he's netted 47 goals in just 39 games for Bayern. Congratulations to Robert for creating history.