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Lewandowski, Bayern's goal machine, celebrates his 33rd birthday


Polish striker Robert Lewandowski celebrates his 33rd birthday today, Saturday, as he was born on August 21, 1988 in Warsaw, Poland.


Robert Lewandowski achieved all possible titles in the Bayern Munich shirt, as he was the leader of Bayern Munich's historic hexagon, crowned with 26 championships, and played 754 games throughout his career, during which he contributed to 682 goals, where he scored 531 goals in his career, and made 151 others.


He also won the best player in the world, the best player in Europe, and the best player in the Bundesliga.


Leva was robbed in 2020, and he also broke the record for the number of goals in the German League in 2021.


The Polish striker, Robert Lewandowski, the star of Bayern Munich, has become very close to equaling the record he set with his former team, Borussia Dortmund, by scoring the opponents in 12 consecutive matches in the Bundesliga.


Lewandowski is expected to lead his Bayern Munich team against Cologne, in the confrontation scheduled for Sunday evening, at the "Allianz Arena", in the second round of the German Bundesliga competition, "Bundesliga" in the new season 2021-2.


Lewandowski seeks to beat Cologne to equal his scoring record by scoring at least one goal in 12 consecutive matches in the Bundesliga, which he achieved in the 2012-2013 season with Borussia Dortmund.


Lewandowski scored at least one goal in the last 5 matches he participated in with Bayern Munich against Cologne, with a total of 7 goals during this series.


Lewandowski set a record in the Bundesliga last season 2020-2021, by scoring 41 goals in the competition to break the record for the number of goals in one season in the German League, which was held by the legend Gerd Muller.


Lewandowski won the Bundesliga top scorer award last season with 41 goals, far ahead of his closest competitor, Portuguese Andrea Silva, Eintarcht Frankfurt striker, who scored 28 goals, and the young Norwegian, Erling Halland, Borussia Dortmund striker, with 27 goals.


Robert Lewandowski won the Bundesliga top scorer award for the sixth time in his history, only former Bayern legend Gerd Muller has more (7 times) in the entire history of the Bundesliga.

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