Lionel Messi Still Holds The Record For Most Goals Scored In A Season Despite Lewandowski and Haaland’s Goals Rain.
AfrikanEmpire has compiled a list of the most goals scored in a season, ranging from Robert Lewandowski to the World Cup-winning Argentine.
In the 2019-20 season, Ciro Immobile was awarded the European Golden Shoe for scoring the most goals. The following year, Robert Lewandowski won the award after he scored an impressive 41 goals while still playing for Bayern Munich.
Lewandowski’s performance that season was legendary, as his 41 goals surpassed Gerd Muller’s previous Bundesliga season record of 40 goals.
In the 2020/21 season, Lewandowski achieved the feat once again in Bayern Munich’s final match against Augsburg, where they won 5-2.
Recently, Erling Haaland broke the previous record for most goals scored in a season in the Premier League, and the season is not over yet.
A look at who holds the single-season goalscoring record in each of Europe’s top five leagues.
Lionel Messi – 50 Goals
Josip Skoblar – 44 Goals
Robert Lewandowski – 41
Higuan and Immobile – 36 goals
Erling Haaland – 35 goals
Messi is still on top.