From record to record and from victory to victory. This is how the season began Bayern and that’s how it started too Robert Lewandowki. Bayern Munich has passed over Hertha Berlin with a ‘little hand’ with three goals from Robert Lewandowski, Musiala and Müller. Little could the Hertha of Berlin by Pál Dárdai do, who at five minutes already looked below the scoreboard and were unable to harm a Bayern which was intractable.
And that the Bavarian team did not start the Bundesliga with a draw before him Borussia Mönchengladbach, also an executioner in the preseason, but it was a simple mirage. A victory against Cologne and the defeat of Hertha Berlin have returned the sensations to Julien Nagelsmann’s players, who have begun to notice the tactical changes posed by the young coach recently arrived at Munich.
Verticality and scoring fang, that’s how Bayern began. So much so that at five minutes he was already above the scoreboard. In a triangulation on the left side Müller beat low to Schwolow. After the Hertha from Berlin tried to react but the Robert Lewandowski show arrived.
Lewandowsli, in search of Gerd Müller’s record
Before the break Robert Lewandowski set another personal record. 13 consecutive matches of Bundesliga dialing. A record for a record player. Around the figure of the Pole, rumors circulate about his possible departure from the Bayern heading to PSG, but he is oblivious to them as he knows how to do best: scoring goals.
The record for consecutive matches of Bundesliga marking has it Gerd Müller with 16 (from September 1969 to March 1970), All the more reason for the Pole to insist on breaking that record. Leipzig, Bochum and Greuther Fürth his next victims for an all-time high.
Bayern got rid of doubts with a resounding victory and presents himself before a season full of hope. With a squad that is renewed every season and a coach with an attractive game model that is called to give the generational and tactical relief that a great like the Bayern. At the moment Lewandowski is in charge of breaking records based on goals.