Robert Lewandowski cannot stop scoring for Bayern Munich, but where does the Poland striker sit in the club's top 10 list of Bundesliga goal-getters? bundesliga.com finds out...
1) Gerd Müller
At Bayern: 1964-1979
The epitome of a one-man club and goal machine rolled into one, Gerd Müller scored a Bundesliga-leading 365 goals in his 15-year association with Bayern between 1964 and 1979. 'Der Bomber' also holds, among others, the record for most single-season goals (40, 1971/72).
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2) Karl-Heinz Rummenigge
At Bayern: 1974-1984
Karl-Heinz Rummenigge broke the 20-goal barrier in four of his 10 seasons on the books of Bayern, before moving to Italy with Inter Milan in the mid-eighties. He returned to the club as vice-president in 1991, and has been working as CEO since 2002.
At Bayern: 2014-present
Lewandowski has claimed three top scorer's prizes since joining Bayern (on a free transfer!) from Bundesliga rivals Borussia Dortmund in summer 2014. The Pole has usurped Claudio Pizarro as German top-flight's record foreign scorer in that time, and currently ranks as the fourth best overall.
4) Roland Wohlfarth
At Bayern: 1984-1993
Roland Wohlfarth didn't disappoint after being plucked from Duisburg to replace the goals of Rummenigge. He hit double figures in all but his final season as a Bayern player, winning two top scorer's cannons and five Bundesliga titles.
At Bayern: 2008-present
Thomas Müller has become an institution at Bayern since opening his Bundesliga account on his ninth appearance for the club with a brace against Dortmund in September 2009. More than a decade later, he trails only Lewandowski in Bayern's list of still-active goalscorers.
6) Dieter Hoeneß
At Bayern: 1978-1987
Dieter Hoeneß arrived at Bayern in 1978 as older brother, Uli, left for Nuremberg. Dieter won five Bundesliga titles (one more than Uli) whilst in Munich, and is one of six players in the club's decorated history to have scored more than 100 Bundesliga goals.
7) Arjen Robben
At Bayern: 2009-2019
Only injury denied Arjen Robben a place in the 100 Club. Physical set-backs ate into his playing time in 2010/11, 2012/13, 2013/14 and 2018/19, but he signed off in style with his 99th Bundesliga strike in the title-clinching win over Eintracht Frankfurt in May 2019. Some return for a winger.
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8) Giovane Elber
At Bayern: 1997-2003
Giovane Elber moved to Bayern after an eye-catching stint at VfB Stuttgart. The Brazilian registered 10 or more goals in all but one of his seven seasons in Munich, finishing as the league's joint-top scorer in 2001/02. He is the Bundesliga's third-highest non-German marksman of all time.
At Bayern: 2001-2007, 2012-2015
Pizarro is second on the Bundesliga's list of foreign goal-getters, and held top spot for almost nine years until Lewandowski pulled in front. The Peruvian enjoyed two stints with Bayern, totalling nine seasons and 87 goals.
10) Mehmet Scholl
At Bayern: 1992-2007
Mehmet Scholl chimed in with more than his fair of assists for the likes of Pizarro and Elber, but was a pretty handy goalscorer, too. After three seasons with boyhood club Karlsruher, the celebrated midfielder struck 87 times for Bayern, getting his hands on eight Bundesliga titles along the way.