The Poland international scored twice in the demolition. This is his second goal, setting a record of 42 goals since 1972.
The forward now has a record-breaking game in Friday’s home game against Wolfsburg.
Lewandowski shot no fewer than 8 times against Stuttgart. He saw Muller’s record and was rewarded twice for his efforts in the second half.
The first time was after the clever improvisation of the first touch, and then the combination of chips on the sudden goalkeeper.
The second is a simple catch after Serge Gnabry did some excellent work on the counterattack.
For the 33-year-old player, the situation may be better, but he hit the goal post in the 83rd minute.
Despite Lewandowski’s record-breaking feat, his offensive partner Gnabry performed well. Gnabry performed a hat trick and was a constant threat throughout the game.
Bayern are currently 9 points higher than second place Dortmund playing one more game.
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