Klaus Fischer ennobles record hunter Robert Lewandowski: “Don’t think that anyone will get to this level again”

Bayern Munich’s Robert Lewandowski surpassed Klaus Fischer as number 2 in the all-time Bundesliga scorers list in the 4-0 win against VfB Stuttgart with his Bundesliga players 269-271. The club legend from Schalke 04 grants Lewandowski in conversation SPOX and goal success and also sees Gerd Müller’s records in danger for eternity. For Ralf Rangnick’s refusal to become sports director at Schalke 04, Klaus Fischer sees clear reasons.

“There has been a lot of unrest at our club for a long time. I can imagine someone like Ralf Rangnick canceling it,” said Schalke’s club icon Klaus Fischer SPOX and goal. Rangnick had surprisingly canceled the Schalke side hours before FC Schalke’s 3-0 draw against Borussia Mönchengladbach to take over the position of sports director at the bottom of the Bundesliga table.

“I think he also knows that we owe 240 million euros,” said Fischer and added: “He also knows that we don’t have a team at the moment that is able to get promoted again immediately!” You can see that at Hamburger SV, which has tried to return to the Bundesliga for the third time since relegation in 2018.

At the same time, the Schalke record scorer can also imagine that Rangnick would prefer to take on a different position: “Or is he toying with the job as national coach? That could be,” he said. Schalke must now “come to terms with it and find another solution – and that is difficult enough!”

Klaus Fischer trusts Lewandowski to set all records

“I don’t compare the records with each other because everyone played in their own time and every player is different. Gerd Müller has scored goals, no one else can do that, even Lewandowski can’t do that. Gerd Müller couldn’t do what I did, but that’s not the point, it’s about goals. “

Although “nobody really expected” that something like this would happen again, Fischer also trusts the Pole to break Gerd Müller’s all-time goal record. Lewandowski would still need 94 goals for this. “If he stays healthy and healthy with Bayern for three more years, he can certainly crack Gerd Müller’s all-time record,” says Fischer and says. “I don’t think anyone will get to this level again in the years to come. I don’t know of any at the moment.”

Dortmund’s striker Erling Haaland would only have a chance, should he switch to Bayern Munich at some point, stay with the record champions for a long time and improve over the years “in the head and with the right foot”. Gerd Müller’s record can only be achieved by a player who plays for Bayern Munich.

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