Thomas Muller jokes about Lewandowski’s abnormal ability in scoring goals.
yesterday in a Bundesliga clash with 6 goals, three of which were scored by the prolific Polish striker,Robert Lewandowski
Having scored 39 goals in current campaign, Lewandowski is only one goal away from reaching Gerd Muller's record for the most goals scored in a single Bundesliga season. The legendary German striker set the record of 40 goals in a single season back in 1971-72.
Bayern starThomas Muller
claims the players will try their hardest to help Lewandowski break the 50-year-old record, while being fascinated by the Poland international’s ability to score.
"We do have to say, that we as a team try our hardest for him. But how he is able to score those goals is not normal as well,"
Muller, who won his 10th Bundesliga title with Bayern this season, has also talked about the sensational clash against Monchengladbach and the soon to come departure of his fellow team-mates Jerome Boateng, Javi Martinez and David Alaba along with the team’s manager, Hansi Flick.
"I do have to say that the game was more championship-like than the actual championship,"
the 31-year-old said.
"It was a great game today. We were there from the first until the last minute. Thanks to all the emotions and the euphoria, we knew that we had won the championship before the actual match.
"If you look at the big picture, then it was very hard for us over the past two weeks to be honest. Through all the talks I had with the others, the elimination in the Champions League really hurt us.
"We felt like we could do something in the Champions League this season. But we were able to overcome that in the recent two weeks. We were able to properly take a deep breath.
"There is not a lot of romance in this business, but we tried to have as much romance at the end of the season today as we could.
"Jerome will leave, David will leave, Javi will leave and the coach will leave. I know that Hansi hasn't been here for so long, but the other three were my team-mates for nearly ten years now, so they were always there when we won the championship for nine times in a row."