Robert Lewandowski's goal record for Bayern Munich & Poland in 2019/20 is outrageous

Robert Lewandowski is in the form of his life for Bayern and Poland

Robert Lewandowski is in the form of his life right now.

The Bayern Munich and Poland striker may have just turned 31, but he looks hungrier for goals than he ever has.

Lewandowski is renowned as one of the finest strikers in world football, regularly topping the Bundesliga goal scoring charts.

He is also Poland's record goal scorer, but he is taking his knack of finding the back of the net to new heights in 2019/20.

So far, in just 14 games, Lewandowski has scored 19 goals. Unless you're Lionel Messi or Cristiano Ronaldo, that level of goal scoring at the very highest level is almost unheard of.


Lewandowski celebrates vs Spurs

The latest of the 31-year-old's strikes came last night for Poland, with the Bayern goal-machine scoring a brilliant hat-trick against Latvia in Euro 2020 qualifying.

That treble was his second of the season, adding to his virtuoso display against high-flying Schalke - which Bayern won 3-0.

Lewandowski has also notched four braces in 2019/20, with Energie Cottbus, Hertha Berlin, FC Koln and Tottenham his victims.

He leads the Bundesliga Golden Boot race with 11 goals to his name, six more than Paco Alcacer and Timo Werner (5) in joint second.

Lewandowski just loves scoring goals

No player in Europe's top five league is even close to Lewandowski's tally right now.

In fact, Tammy Abraham and Sergio Aguero (both on 8) are his closest competitors.

If Lewandowski can keep up this form for the majority of the season, he will shatter all kinds of records - especially in the Bundesliga.

Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang holds the record for most goals in a single Bundesliga season with 31 during his time with Borussia Dortmund.

Can Lewandowski finally beat his old teammate?

Lewandowski has managed 30 on two occasions, but this could be the year he finally equals or eclipses Aubameyang's tally.

On current form, he's on course to score 53 league goals, which would break Messi's record (50) for most goals in any single domestic season.

Stranger things have happened in football...

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