Bayern Munich forward Robert Lewandowski reached another milestone on Matchday 28 by scoring his 200th Bundesliga goal against Borussia Dortmund in Der Klassiker.
The prolific Polish goalscoring sensation brought up his double century with Bayern's second goal against Dortmund in Der Klassiker on Saturday, and he now has former coach Jupp Heynckes firmly within his sights.
Heynckes ranks third on the Bundesliga's all-time top scorers' chart with 220, behind Klaus Fischer on 268 and the seemingly unassailable Gerd Müller, who leads the way with 365 – all scored for Bayern.
Watch: Lewandowski, the Bundesliga's most prolific non-German goalscorer
The next player on the list that Lewandowski can overhaul, having recently dislodged Claudio Pizarro as the most prolific non-German goalscorer, is Manfred Burgsmüller, who scored 213 goals during spells with Werder Bremen, Dortmund, Nuremberg and Rot-Weiss Essen.