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Lewandoski is the best Centre Forward in the World - Rummenigge

IreneTalks 06/28/2020

View pictures in App save up to 80% data. The 2019-20 Bundesliga top scorer Robert Lewandowski is "the best community forward on the planet", as indicated by Bayern Munich executive Karl-Heinz Rummenigge. 


Lewandowski scored a second-half punishment as Bayern, effectively affirmed as champions for an eighth progressive season, whipped Wolfsburg 4-0 to complete their association crusade on a high. 


That took Lewandowski's count for the season to 34 - six more than RB Leipzig's Timo Werner - a figure that spoke to the Polish striker's best ever return in Germany's first class. 


It is the fifth time previous Borussia Dortmund man Lewandowski has completed as the Bundesliga's top scorer and he currently has Gerd Muller in his sights, with the Bayern legend having completed as the main marksman on seven events. 


In reality Muller is the main man to have scored more than 34 Bundesliga objectives in a season, an accomplishment he accomplished on three separate events. 


"To score 34 objectives in one Bundesliga season is an unbelievable accomplishment," Rummenigge revealed to Bayern's legitimate site. 


"Just 'Der Bomber', Gerd Muller, has ever scored more objectives in a single battle. 


"I'd prefer to praise and express gratitude toward Robert Lewandowski. He is the best community forward on the planet." 


Lewandowski's take ran over 31 games and he recommended an entire 34-game crusade implied have brought about an ever better return. 


"Lamentably I missed three matches this crusade," the 31-year-old included. 


"I am satisfied with the 34 objectives, obviously thanks must go to the group." 


Lewandowski has the third-most objectives in Bundesliga history having enrolled multiple times. 


Just two men - Muller and Schalke incredible Klaus Fischer - have discovered the net all the more regularly throughout the entire existence of Germany's first class. 


Bayern's pounding of Wolfsburg began easily as Kingsley Coman kicked the festivals off in the fourth moment, locking onto a splendid through-ball from Thomas Muller and directing a fine completion across resistance goalkeeper Koen Casteels and into the base left corner.

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