Bayern Munich achieved another goal-scoring feat in the Bundesliga following their win 5-2 over Augsburg on Saturday afternoon.
In what was Hansi Flick’s final game in charge of the team, achieved a fairly unique feat in the history of the Bundesliga after reaching 100 goals in the league last season.
With their first goal in the tie, Bayern became the third team in the German top-flight history to score in all matches of a single season after FC Koln in 1963-64 (only 30 matchdays) and Bayern themselves in 2012-13.
The game also saw striker Robert Lewandowski break Gerd Müller’s single-season scoring record.
100% - @FCBayernEN are the 3rd team in @Bundesliga_EN history to score in all matches of a single season after @fckoeln 1963-64 (only 30 matchdays) and Bayern themselves in 2012-13. Scorcher. #FCBFCA pic.twitter.com/Ps0NuC08Kl— OptaFranz (@OptaFranz) May 22, 2021