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June 1st, 2023
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Hi, it’s David! This week, I want to revisit a weekly chart I made in calmer, more predictable times about football Bundesliga records.
Just over eight months ago, I created a weekly chart about a potential football record. I thought I’d update it a few months down the road in May to see how it actually turned out – of course, it didn’t quite go as planned, with a month-long pandemic-induced break. How did it turn out, though? Well, not with a new record, but still a more than respectable performance:
After a full 34 match days, the Bayern Munich striker stands at exactly 34 goals, which puts him at a joint fourth place in the all-time top scorer list, together with Dieter Müller.
I hope you enjoyed this article! See you next week with a Weekly Chart by our mapping expert Hans.