The Polish may not have played in Bayern’s recent 2-1 win over Borussia Monchengladbach, but he is still top of the Golden Boot classification. The pole has 60 points thanks to 30 goals. Siro Immobile (27 goals) remained second, to which Lazio would return Toys From Wednesday 24 June when they face Atalanta away. Behind Italian striker Timo Werner (25 goals).
Lewandowski was praised by the British. They also appreciated other Poles
Lewandowski is pleased with the British media analyzing the statistics in the biggest European leagues. “Lewandowski has been terrorizing the Bundesliga defenses since moving to Borussia Dortmund in 2010. After he left for Bayern Munich, he became more effective,” he wrote in his Daily Mail article.
Aside from the Bayern Munich striker, the other Poles rank very high in the other classifications. Jan Bednarek ranks 5th in our ranking of successful head interventions with 75 such movements. Burnley’s James Tarkovsky, who has 81 players, is fourth among the most successful defenses for goalkeepers, with a record of 110. Levante Aitor Fernandez (126) leads this statistic.
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