Robert Lewandowski equals Ronaldo, Messi record scoring atleast 40 goals in five seasons

Robert Lewandowski equals Ronaldo, Messi record scoring atleast 40 goals in five seasons

- Robert Lewandowski over the weekend netted in his side's win over Union Berlin

- The Polish striker has now equaled Ronaldo and Messi's record of goals in a season

- Lewandowski has scored 40 goals plus in five consecutive seasons with Bayern Munich

Robert Lewandowski has finally equaled Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi's record after netting for Bayern Munich against Union Berlin as German Bundeliga returned over the weekend

After more than two months, football returned to Germany with some procedures still in place for players not to contract the deadly coronavirus.

The Polish footballer is now the third player alongside Juventus star Cristiano Ronaldo and Barcelona captain Lionel Messi to score 40 goals in five consecutive seasons.

Lewandowski has been superb for Bayern Munich since he joined the German champions from Borussia Dortmund.

Bayern Munich's victory over Union Berlin keeps them top of the German Bundesliga with the hopes of them winning the League title again this season.

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Robert who is the captain of the Poland national team is now on the verge of breaking his single ever record in a season which is scoring 43 goals.

He achieved that success while playing in the 2016/17 season and still have more games to his advantage this term in the German Bundesliga.

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Spanish coach Pep Guardiola was actually the one who took Robert Lewandowski to Bayern Munich in 2014 after winning two Bundesliga titles with Borussia Dortmund.

And in the last five years that Robert has been playing for Bayern, the striker has been successful winning the German Bundeliga title every term.

Nevertheless, Robert Lewandowski has not won the Champions League title, and he would hope to lift the trophy with Bayern Munich.

Earlier, had reported how Taiwo Awoniyi scored his first goal of the season as Mainz came back from a two-goal deficit to draw at FC Koln.

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The Bundesliga season after over a two-month break due to the global pandemic as matchday 26 matches were played across all centers in Germany.

Koln took the lead from the penalty spot after just six minutes from Mark Uth to put the home side on the advantage.

Florian Kainz then doubled the lead in the 53rd minute as Koln were 2-0 up and looking to earn all three points.

But Nigerian U-23 international came in the 56th minute for Korean winger Won Ji to add more attacking options for Achim Beierlorzer's side.

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