In the Bundesliga, the first of the top championships ended the season. There were no surprises – Bayern again became the champion, and ahead of schedule. The Munich club won the 10th title in a row. While the hegemony of the “record holder” in the German championship looks unconditional. But that doesn’t mean there isn’t anything interesting going on in the Bundesliga. Wanna find out more about betting Uganda? Next, let’s sum up the main results of the 2021/22 season of the German championship.
Top scorer of the season
In this regard, as in the definition of the champion, there were no big surprises. Robert Lewandowski has been the top scorer in the Bundesliga for the 5th time in a row. The Bayern forward scored 35 goals in a season. The Pole’s closest pursuers were Patrick Schick (Bayer Leverkusen, 24 goals) and Erling Haaland (Borussia Dortmund, 22 goals).
Lewandowski repeated the record of Gerd Müller, becoming the top scorer in the Bundesliga for the seventh time. Whether Robert will continue to conquer the peaks in Germany is still a big question. Haaland moves to Manchester City, so there will be one less competitor. However, the Pole announced his desire to leave Bayern. The club does not want to let him go, operating on a contract that runs until June 2023. The future of Lewandowski will be one of the main intrigues of the offseason.
Best player of the season
The award for the best player of the season was Christopher Nkunku. Well deserved. Last season was the best in the career of a football player. The Frenchman has played 34 matches in the Bundesliga, chalking up 20 goals and 13 assists. The media are already reporting interest in the player from many clubs.
Christopher’s contract with Leipzig is for another 2 years. The Bulls intend to extend the agreement with the midfielder, but who knows if they will be able to keep him in their lineup. Nkunku is one of the top 10 players in the Bundesliga in terms of shots, goals and assists. There will definitely be a demand for such a player.
Best goalkeeper of the season
It would be fair to give this title to Jan Sommer. The Borussia Mönchengladbach goalkeeper made 131 saves in a season, the most in the Bundesliga. Although Stefan Ortega lagged behind the Swiss quite a bit. The Arminia goalkeeper has 128 saves. Bayer Leverkusen goalkeeper Lukasz Hradecki was third with 119 saves.
Sommer fought back as best he could throughout the campaign, covering the backs of the defenders. Borussia M failed the season, finishing 10th in the Bundesliga standings. Cooperation with Addi Hütter turned out to be unsuccessful, as a result of which the specialist lost his job. What awaits Gladbach next season is still a big mystery.