Robert Lewandowski made a perfect debut at FC Barcelona, while Bayern made the best Bundesliga start in the club’s history without the Poles. We want to know from you: is FCB even better positioned without Lewy?
Three Bundesliga games, three wins, 15-1 goals – thanks to an impressive 7-0 win at VfL Bochum, FC Bayern got off to the best start in their Bundesliga history. After three away games including the Supercup against Leipzig, there are already 18 away goals.
Sadio Mané, Serge Gnabry, Jamal Musiala, Kingsley Coman, Leroy Sane or Thomas Müller – after a short time nobody thinks about the former top scorer on duty Robert Lewandowski. Coman and Sané, who were missing or on the bench recently, gained self-confidence against Bochum, with youngster Matthis Tel there is another alternative for the offensive positions.
“We don’t set ourselves any limits,” said coach Julian Nagelsmann after his team’s demonstration of power, which acted in a way that was seldom seen with Lewandowski as the central pillar. He scored twice in his second league game for Barca and was frenetically celebrated by fans, teammates and the media afterwards, but the other FCB doesn’t seem to shed any tears for him.
What do you all mean? Are Munich better and, above all, more variable without the Pole, or will they still mourn Lewandowski’s departure when the really big games are coming up? Vote! For app users, this is the way to go!