Nmecha Subbed On, Lewandowski Sets New League Goals Record


German-Born Nigerian midfielder Felix Nmecha was in action for struggling VFL Wolfsburg, who were thumped 4-0 by Bayern Munich with Robert Lewandowski setting a new goals record in the history of the Bundesliga.

Nmecha, 21, who is still eligible to represent Nigeria, Germany or England, was introduced in the 58th minute but could do nothing as Bayern sealed a comfortable win.


His older brother Lukas, who has represented Germany twice at senior international level, was not in Wolfsburg’s squad for the visit to the Allianz Arena due to ankle injury.

Goals from Thomas Muller (7th minute), Dayot Upamecano (57th minute), Leroy Sane (59th minute) and Robert Lewandowski (87th minute) made it seventh consecutive wins for Bayern.


And for Wolfsburg, they have now lost their last seven fixtures.

Meanwhile, Lewandowski netted his 18th league goal in 17 league appearances for the Bundesliga champions.

The 33-year-old Polish striker, who has netted five times in his last five league…

Source: Complete Sports