Notice the Bundesliga logo. A player jumping high with one leg stretched ahead to reach the ball. To perform such a stalwart move requires monumental physical fitness. However, at the age of 31, its a piece of cake for Robert Lewandowski.
After opening up the scoreline in the 17th minute in yesterday’s Der Klassiker, Lewandowski performed an astounding acrobatic manoeuvre to keep the ball from going out of play, and it is strikingly similar to the Bundesliga monogram.
The stunt has taken all the attention all around social media, with praises from supporters and media outlets.
The Bayern forward has been in tremendous form this season. Successfully finding the net in every single fixture of FC Hollywood in this season with 16 goals in 11 domestic league matches and 6 in Champions League, the Polish international has a total tally of 22 goals as of now in the 2019-20 spell.
Bayern, who are currently managed under interim head coach Hans-Dieter Flick following the sack of Niko Kovac last week, converted their single goal lead into 2-0 thanks to Serge Gnabry in the 47th minute. Following Lewandowski’s second strike in the 76th minute, Dortmund’s final concession came in the form of an own goal from Hats Hummels, just 10 minutes prior to the final whistle.
With 21 points on part with RB Leipzig, Bayern are now 3rd in the league table, trailing 4 points behind leaders Borussia Mönchengladbach.