His scoring numbers are horrible, but he is not only scoring. Against Sevilla in the European Super Cup, Lewandg gave teammate Gretzka a wonderful assist to help Bayern equalize the score.
At that time, Muller picked the ball and passed it to the center of the penalty area. Lewand quickly moved forward from between the two defenders, and quickly adjusted his posture from a frontal impact to his back to the goal, accurately placing the ball near the penalty spot, and slapped him. Gretzka arrived and broke the door easily. From running, adjusting to making the ball, Lewand has demonstrated a very comprehensive and proficient center forward technique, which played a very important role.
In the second half, he made a back-pointed header back to Gretzka. The latter shot was saved, and Sane made a good score, but the referee Anthony Taylor called the foul first. In the whole game, Lewandre sent a total of 3 threatening passes, won 2 high-altitude ball scrambles, and was fouled 2 times. In the "Bild" post-match score, Lewand was also tied for the highest in the team.
In the last 6 games, Lewand has participated in as many as 11 goals, with 5 goals and 6 assists. Bayern is not only the only firepower point of Lewand, Lewand can also send comfortable passes to his teammates, allowing Muller, Gnabry, Sane and even Gretzka to complete the end, which makes Bayern’s Attacks are more difficult to prevent.
Lewand has entered the top three UEFA Players of the Year and is currently the biggest favorite of this award. As Bayern sports director Salihamidzic said, Lewand and Neuer, the two pillars, one and one, can be called Bayern's highest standards at the competitive level. Having such a hot and capable Lewandese is undoubtedly an important reason for Bayern's consecutive victories.