Robert Lewandowski made the decision about performing with Augsburg

  • Robert Lewandowski commented on the record-breaking of Gerd Muller
  • The Bayern Munich striker has announced what he will do in the event of a penalty kick
  • The Polish captain revealed his unbeatable record, Gerd Muller.

Debate about Robert Lewandowski and the possibility of the Bayern Munich striker setting a record in the German league for goals scored in one season has continued for several days. And since the pole equaled the legendary achievement of Gerd Muller in the 1971/72 season on Saturday, the feat has only grown in intensity. Our striker used a penalty kick against SC Freiburg in the first half. This was his 40th goal in the current competition, which is matched by the achievement of his great predecessor in the Bavarian club 49 years ago. After the goal, Lewandowski presented a shirt with “4EVER Gerd” written on it, in honor of Muller.

However, that wasn’t enough for the Germans, and a debate began over whether the Pole should play the final round against FC Augsburg out of respect for the German football icon. It was led by the former German midfielder and, among other things, Bayern and Liverpool-Dietmar Hamann, who said there was only one way in which Lloyd could show the respect due to Mueller by simply giving up in Saturday’s match. “Robert Lewandowski should not play against Augsburg out of respect for Gerd Muller,” said the former footballer, who is currently commenting on football events on Sky TV.

On Monday, the lead person, Robert Lewandowski, talked about this. And as expected, our striker cannot even imagine resigning from Augsburg. Not only that, Liu has announced that he will have no problem with a penalty if Bayern Munich gets an X-ray. – Even if it was the last minute of the match, I would approach eleven, Lewandowski said in an interview with a reporter for Bild. Our best player added: “Gerd Muller has set many records.” In addition, he was a very ambitious striker, and I think he would understand that I would catch the ball and set a record – said Liwei.

Until now, the Germans were convinced that the achievements of Gerd Muller of 49 years were insurmountable. They talked about a “record of ages” until Robert Lewandowski played the season of his life. It hurts the Germans that they may lose this record on May 22nd, and from now on they will belong to the pole. Nevertheless, as stated by Robert Lewandowski, Gerd Muller set many records. One of them is the number of goals scored in the Bundesliga. The former Bayern Munich striker is the all-time leading goalscorer in the German League, scoring 365 goals. Second place in this ranking is Lewandowski, who scored 276 goals on his account after Saturday’s strike with Freiburg. – I definitely wouldn’t take this record from Mueller – Lewandowski declared.

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