Bayern Munich striker Robert Lewandowski has now scored against every current Bundesliga club after finding the net against Fortuna Düsseldorf on Saturday.
The 31-year-old took his tally for the season to 29 when he struck a brace in Bayern’s 5-0 triumph on Matchday 29 to complete his top-flight set.
They were the only team missing from his collection, having surprisingly fired a blank against Fortuna in the 4-0 win during match day 12.
Bundesliga newcomers Union Berlin were the only other club Lewandowski had not scored against at the start of the season, but he got on the score sheet in both games against Die Eisernen this term.
Lewy has even scored against Bayern, albeit only once in the Bundesliga, netting the only goal of the game on Matchday 30 of 2011/12 en route to helping former club Borussia Dortmund lift the title that season.
The Polish frontman remains on course to win his fifth top scorer’s cannon, and third in a row, as he chases the all-time single-season goal record of 40 set by Bayern legend Gerd Müller in 1972.
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