Bundesliga top scorer Robert Lewandowski has struck twice in each of Bayern Munich’s last three league matches, but the champion will need even more from him if it is beat host Borussia Moenchengladbach on Friday and stay in the top spot.
Voted Best FIFA Men’s Player for 2020 in December, the Pole has been on a roll this season, finding the net 19 times in 14 league games as he chases Gerd Mueller’s legendary 40-goal haul from 1971/72.
Another double strike from Lewandowski would see him equal the league record of scoring twice in four consecutive games.
Last season’s treble winner has now been forced to come back from at least one goal down in each of its last eight league games, a club record.
But it also managed at least a point in each of these matches, largely thanks to Lewandowski.
“With Lewandowski, Bayern has a…