In Germany, Robert Lewandowski’s records echoed constantly. The Bayern Munich striker broke Gerd Mueller’s nearly 50-year-old Bundesliga record at the last minute of the season. The captain of the Polish national team scored 41 goals this season, one goal ahead of the legendary German. This result also gave him the Golden Boot trophy. It is the award for the best scorer in Europe. In all competitions, Lewandowski scored 48 goals in 40 games.
Is it easier for Robert Lewandowski? “Today is another game”
Such results are impressive, and Lewandowski received well-deserved congratulations and appreciation. Former Bayern Munich striker and coach Juergen Klinsmann (Juergen Klinsmann) was interviewed by Goal.com with them. He also praised Lewandowski, but he pointed out that if the Polish striker had played at other times, he would not be so easy.
-Compared to 20 or 30 years ago, forwards today are more immune to fouls. From this point of view, it may be slightly easier to score so many goals in the league because you have not been behind 5 times in the first 20 minutes,” Klinsmann said. -Today is another game He added that it is still crazy to score too many goals.
Klinsmann later praised Lewandowski in his speech and compared it with Dutch legends. He also said that the Polish striker has the ability to further improve this record in the future. -He is a complete striker, the last such “nine” is Marco van Basten (Marco van Basten). If someone breaks this record, it’s probably him. I hope he can certainly play for a few more years,” Klinsmann said.
Juergen Klinsmann started his senior career in Stuttgart in 1981 with the Stuttgarter Kickers. In this team, he made 61 appearances and scored 22 goals over the past three years. He then moved to VfB Stuttgart, where he played for five years. In 156 appearances, he scored 79 goals. He went abroad in 1989 and returned to the Bundesliga in 1995 to represent Bayern Munich. In the Bavarian team, he participated in 65 games and scored 31 goals. As a coach, he led the national teams of Germany and the United States, as well as Bayern Munich and Hertha Berlin.