Eight consecutive Bundesliga titles, a No.25 with a record number of assists... - © DFL
Eight consecutive Bundesliga titles, a No.25 with a record number of assists... - © DFL

Bayern Munich's 2019/20 Bundesliga title win in numbers


Robet Lewandowski goals by the bucket-load, a new speed record for Alphonso Davies and an eighth successive Bundesliga title: Hansi Flick's Bayern Munich were in a league of their own in 2019/20. bundesliga.com examines the numbers behind the record champions' triumphant campaign...


Lewandowski claimed his third successive Torjägerkanone after finishing the season on 34 goals. He is the first player since all-time leading Bundesliga marksman Gerd Müller to claim three top scorer’s prizes in a row


The number of points by which Bayern trailed then leaders Borussia Mönchengladbach at the time of Flick's appointment as interim coach, following Niko Kovac's dismissal on 3 November 2019.


Bayern’s unprecedented era of domestic dominance: eight back-to-back Bundesliga title wins.


Bayern won all nine of their matches after the Covid 19-enforced break. They were the only team to do so.

Watch: Bayern's title journey


Lewandowski became the first Bundesliga player to score in 11 straight games to start a season, making mincemeat of Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang’s eight-game run of 2015/16.


Unlucky for some but not Bayern, who won 13 on the spin after being held to a goalless draw by title rivals RB Leipzig on Matchday 21.


The number of points between champions Bayern and nearest pursuers Borussia Dortmund in the final standings.


Still the world's finest sweeper-keeper, Manuel Neuer kept a Bundesliga-best 15 clean sheets in 2019/20.

Manuel Neuer was back to his very best in and out of the Bayern goal in 2019/20. - Pool/Federico Gambarini/Pool via Getty Images


Lewandowski made it a full house with his Matchday 29 brace against Fortuna Düsseldorf meaning he has scored against all 18 of the 2019/20 Bundesliga clubs, including Bayern!


A new single-season best for assists set by Thomas Müller. Kevin de Bruyne was the previous record holder, having chalked up 19 assists in 2014/15 with Wolfsburg.


Serge Gnabry posted a career-best return for goals (12) and assists (10). Lewandowski was the only Bayern player to have had a direct hand in more Bundesliga goals.


Davies set a new Bundesliga speed record of 22.7mph in Bayern’s title-clinching win over Werder Bremen on Matchday 32.

Alphonso Davies and Thomas Müller (l-r.) were two of the first names on Hansi Flick's teamsheet in the post-Niko Kovac era. - FC Bayern München/Getty Images/Alexander Hassenstein


The number of Bundesliga titles Bayern have won since claiming their first in 1968/69.


The league-low total of goals Bayern conceded across 2019/20.


Lewandowski broke Aubameyang's single-season goals record for a non-German national with his 32nd and 33rd efforts of the campaign in the Matchday 33 win over Freiburg.

Watch: Robert Lewandowski under the tactical microscope


Bayern’s no.9 struck again against Wolfsburg, taking his season-ending tally to 34 goals.


Bayern scored 100 league goals in 2019/20. Only once has any team - Bayern themselves - scored more (101 in 1971/72).


The league-high number of miles covered by Joshua Kimmich.

Watch: Joshua Kimmich - following in Philipp Lahm's footsteps


Kimmich’s league-high number of touches across the campaign.