Borussia Dortmund's Robert Lewandowski (r.) has been scoring goals for fun of late.
This effort against Schalke on Matchday 25 was the Pole's seventh league goal in as many matches, taking him into exalted Bundesliga company...
...after bagging his sixth Bundesliga goal on the bounce, against Hannover 96 on Matchday 24. Here's the overview on
Six from six was a feat already achieved by former Dortmund star Lothar Emmerich (l.) way back in the 1966/67 campaign...
and Manfred Burgsmüller, who scored six goals in a row in 1979 and again in 1981 for the Yellow-Blacks
Timo Konietzka not only scored the Bundesliga's first-ever goal, but also went on a run of notching in seven consecutive games in Dortmund's colours
Eight of Greek striker Theofanis Gekas' (r.) ten goals for VfL Bochum came in successive games in 2007
Former Netherlands international striker Roy Makaay also struck eight times on the trot for FC Bayern Munich in 2005
Klaus Allofs reached double figures for goals scored in consecutive Bundesliga games, with ten in 1984/1985 for 1. FC Köln
Top of the pile, though, is legendary German striker Gerd Müller, who put away 23 goals in 16 successive league outings for Bayern
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