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Robert Lewandowski 10th-highest Bundesliga scorer

Robert Lewandowski became the 10th highest goal-scorer in Bundesliga history when his shot from a Thomas Müller header inside the box, found the net against 1. FC Köln on Wednesday evening.

The goal was 166th of his Bundesliga career (243 appearances so far) that puts him on level with Köln legend Hannes Löhr, who achieved the feat in 381 top-flight appearances. The strike marked his 15th goal of the season and also his eighth consecutive goal at home – a club record.

Lewandowski has scored 92 goals for Bayern Munich while the other 74 have come for Borussia Dortmund.

The 29-year-old also has one of the best goals-per-minute ratio in league history, bested only by Gerd Müller (365 goals in 427 appearances).

The only other active player to feature in the top-10 list is Claudio Pizarro who has 191 goals from 433 appearances.

The full top-10 list:

  1. Gerd Müller – 365 goals (427 appearances)
  2. Klaus Fischer – 268 (535)
  3. Jupp Heynckes – 220 (369)
  4. Manfred Burgsmüller – 213 (447)
  5. Claudio Pizarro – 191 (433)
  6. Ulf Kirsten – 182 (350)
  7. Stefan Kuntz – 179 (449)
  8. Klaus Allofs – 177 (424)
  9. Dieter Müller – 177 (303)
  10. Robert Lewandowski – 166 (243)

 

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