Bayern Munich have now broken the Bundesliga goals record after they scored 90 goals in just 30 games, when they defeated Bayer 04 Leverkusen 4-2. The German giants eased to another victory as the race for the title gradually comes to an end.
Lucas Alario scored early to give his team the lead, but Bayern were clinical in front of goal with the chances they got. Securing the 3 crucial points with goals from Coman, Goretzka, Gnabry, and their top marksman Lewandowski.
Even a goal from the 17-year old Wirtz was not enough to inspire a comeback from Bayer Leverkusen.
Other highlights of the game was the history made by the Bayern Munich team. They are now the only Bundesliga team on record to ever score 90 goals after only 30 Games.
Thiago Alcantara also capped off his 150th appearance for the club with a win. And Bayer Leverkusen’s Florian Wirtz became Bundesliga’s youngest goal scorer at age 17.
Thomas Müller also set a new record. The Germany international is also the first player to rack up 20 assists in a season.
Müller was formally tied with Kevin De Bruyne. The Belgian midfielder previously held the record for the most assists in a season with 18 assists.
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