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Poland’s Lewandowski wins Bundesliga golden boot for fifth time

29.06.2020 08:15
Poland's star football player Robert Lewandowski has been crowned the top scorer of Germany's Bundesliga premier league in the 2019/2020 season, his fifth such trophy since he began playing in Germany in 2010.
Robert Lewandowski poses with the trophy for the German Bundesligas top scorer after a match between his Bayern Munich and Wolfsburg on Saturday.
Robert Lewandowski poses with the trophy for the German Bundesliga's top scorer after a match between his Bayern Munich and Wolfsburg on Saturday.Photo: EPA/Stuart Franklin/POOL

The Polish goal machine, who plays for Germany’s Bayern Munich club, on Saturday ended the Bundesliga season on 34 goals, six more than runner-up Timo Werner of the RB Leipzig side.

The Polish forward topped the league chart in the 2018/2019 season with 22 goals for Bayern, and he also earned the Bundesliga golden boot in 2018 with 29 goals, and in 2016 with 30 strikes for Bayern.

In 2014, Lewandowski became the Bundesliga top scorer with 20 goals for his previous side Borussia Dortmund.

Lewandowski’s Bayern on Saturday routed Wolfsburg 4-0 on the final match day, and came top of the Bundesliga overall for an eighth straight time, beating runner-up Borussia Dortmund by 13 points.

The Poland international was earlier this month named the Bundesliga’s player of the season for 2019/2020 in a poll conducted by the German top flight's official website.

In addition to notching up a strong Bundesliga season, Lewandowski scored 11 goals in this season’s Champions League, where his Bayern defeated Chelsea 3-0 in London in the first leg of the competition’s round of 16 on February 25 before games were suspended due to the coronavirus pandemic.

The Pole has also found the back of the net four times for Bayern in the German Cup this season.

Bayern face off against Bayer Leverkusen in the German Cup final in Berlin on Saturday, July 4.


Source: Polish Radio, PAP, bundesliga.com