After scoring the fastest goal in Bundesliga history in the 34th minute against the Bundesliga, Robert Lewandowski scored the second goal of the game in the entire Bundesliga. Ranked 38th in the league. The Pole used a pair of scissors to throw a ball from Thomas Muller’s penalty area and defeated Jan Sommer.
In keeping with Gerd Mueller’s record (40 goals), the Polish striker was only two goals away. After the first half of the game against Monchengladbach, Bayern led 4-0. The game continues.
Lewandowski returned to the stadium after being injured to catch up with the highest record in German football history. The editor of the Sport.pl service supports this process in a new special section “Record Counter”. And pursue the record-we believe this will be a success! -We also opened a counter in the multimedia media in the center of Warsaw, where thousands of people can follow the Polish national team captain every day (more)