Video of 2019/20 Lewandowski goals prove he's the world's most complete number nine

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It has been the Robert Lewandowski party at Bayern Munich this season.

The Polish hitman has set Bavaria alight with some scintillating performances, proving once again why he is considered one of the deadliest finishers on the planet.

Lewandowski seems to be getting better with age too, continuing to bang them in for fun having turned 31 this year.

It is only mid-November but the Pole has already netted 23 times this season, having scored in every single Bundesliga and Champions League game Bayern have played so far.

His overall goalscoring record is simply off the charts as well, scoring a total of 395 club goals in 592 career appearances - with 214 of those coming at the current German champions.

From thunderous volleys and towering headers to delicate little touches and the odd poachers' delight, Lewandowski has shown us that he can find the net from just about anywhere.

His ability to score all manner of goals has been one of the hallmarks of his career and 2019/20 has been no different.

Now, a video posted online by his club showing some of his best goals this season might just prove that 'Lewa' is the most complete number nine on the planet.


Brilliant - Lewandowski has been simply sublime since the start of the new season.

The Munich striker makes the business of goalscoring looking frightfully easy and his ability to sniff out a chance is unrivalled.

He has consecutively scored over 40 goals in the last four seasons and his hattrick v top-of-the-table rivals Borussia Dortmund last weekend showed that he is in a league of his own in Germany.

Bizarrely, the Pole is massively underrated and his lowly 16th place finish in the recent Goal.com Top 50 was bordering on the criminal.

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If he can continue to maintain his blistering goalscoring touch deep into the season, he might just get the recognition he deserves.

Either way, we love you Lewa - keep those goals coming, lad.

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