Bayern Munich's match against Greuther Fuerth ended 3-1 in favour of the Reds. Joshua Kimmich and Thomas Muller both scored for Bayern Munich but Lewandowski didn't. His failure to score in that match ended his ridiculous goal scoring streak. Now, let us run through players who registered the most goal scoring streaks in football history.
12. Gabriel Batistuta (Serie A):
After scoring in his first game in the 1994/1995 season, the Argentine went on to score in his next 10 matches for Fiorentina.
11. Jamie Vardy (Premier League):
As a legendary Leicester City forward, Jamie Vardy scored 13 goals in 11 consecutive games for his team.
10. Jimmy Dunne (First Division):
The prolific Irish goal scorer scored in 12 consecutive games for his team.
9. Robert Lewandowski (Bundesliga):
He is the only player to appear twice on this list. During the 2012/2013 campaign, the Polish striker scored in 12 consecutive games for Borussia Dortmund.
8. Serge Masnaghetti (French division):
During the 1962/1963 season, Serge Masnaghetti managed to score in 13 consecutive games for his team.
7. Stan Mortensen (First Division):
During the 1950/1951 season, the English player scored in 15 consecutive games for his team.
6. Tor Henning Hamre:
During his time at Estonia, he was known as a goal scoring machine. In addition to scoring 62 goals in 50 games, he also scored in 15 consecutive games.
5. Josef Martinez (MLS):
After joining MLS, the Venezuelan scored in 15 consecutive games for his team in 2019. He has been prolific since he has joined the league.
4. Robert Lewandowski (Bundesliga):
This Polish forward has been tipped to win the Ballon d'Or award this season. He scored in 15 consecutive games for Bayern Munich.
3. Teodor Petereck:
The Polish striker was one of the best during his time. While playing for Ruch Chorzow, he scored in 16 consecutive games.
2. Gerd Muller (Bundesliga):
Considered to be one of the greatest strikers in football history, the German international scored in 16 consecutive games for Bayern Munich during the 1969/1970 season.
1. Lionel Messi (La Liga):
During the 2012/2013 campaign, Lionel Messi registered an impressive tally of 33 goals in 21 consecutive games.
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