All the new records set in Bundesliga this season
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All the new records set in Bundesliga this season

Bayern Munich Marched to an eighth consecutive Bundesliga record in spectacular fashion, galloping anything and everything before them.

It will however go down in history for various reasons, with the main being the interruption caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. 

A number of players too got their names on the league's history books with various records and we take a look at some of them. 

New records set in Bundesliga

  • Thomas Müller - Hit a new assists record of 21
  • Timo Werner - Became RB Leipzig's club’s record goalscorer with 95 goals in 159 appearances
  • Jadon Sancho - Scored 17 goals and set up 16 strikes in 32 appearances. No player since 1992/93 had ever got at least 15 of both in a Bundesliga season
  • Sancho also became the first teenager to reach 25 career Bundesliga goals
  • Erling Haaland - Became the first player to score a hat-trick as a substitute on his Bundesliga debut
  • Alphonso Davies -  Set a new record speed at 22.69 mph on the day the Munich won the title
  • Joshua Zirkzee -  scoring two goals in just four minutes of playing, beating Bremen’s Andree Wiedener, who needed nine minutes to achieve similar feat
  • Florian Wirtz - became the youngest Werkself player in top-flight history to make his debut at 17 years and 15 days
  • Kai Havertz - Became the youngest player to make 100 Bundesliga appearances as well as the first player under the age of 21 to score 35 Bundesliga goals
  • Nils Petersen - Claimed the outright league record for most goals as a substitute (22)
  • Rouwen Hennings - Became the first player in Bundesliga history to score three equalizers in a game
  • Thorgan Hazard - Became the top-scoring Belgian in the league’s history
  • Vladimir Darida - Holds the all-time Bundesliga record for distance covered in a single game 
  • Makoto Hasebe - The Japan international has made 311 Bundesliga appearances, highest of any Asian in the league
  • David Alaba - Ended the season with a record-equalling ninth Bundesliga title
  • Klaus Gjasula - Is officially the  most yellow-carded player in a single Bundesliga season, 17, in 29 appearances
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