Thomas Muller is arguably one of the best strikers in the German Bundesliga, and ow he has added another item to the list of his achievements by being the footballer with the most assists in a single season. Current Manchester City footballer Kevin De Bruyne was the previous holder, having 19 assists to his name in the 2014-15 season while playing for Wolfsburg. Thomas Muller was leading the charts with 18 assist heading to his glorious match at the Leverkusen stadium. He successfully set up Leon Goretzka and Robert Lewandoski to become the record holder at 20 assists. Bayern striker has developed a good relationship with his teammates, and he passes the ball nicely.
Muller has showed himself to be a spectacular footballer in all 30 games for Bayern Munich this season, but he will miss their next match due to suspension. The Bayern Munich player cemented the assists record in Bayern Munich's win against Fortuna Düsseldorf last week. He marked his 18th assist against Düsseldorf, a number no Bundesliga player reached before Matchday 29 since data collection began in 1992. When a new coach stepped into Bayern Munich, they started playing football excellently. Bayern Munich came out successful in the Champions League and in other competitions. Thomas's form increased so well that quite many tams were in search of him, with so many deals being laid, which he all refused.
The Bayern player is a unique player in the club, and they have no plans of selling him to another club. He has been the reason for the club's excellence and has enriched himself with training. The German is a big part in their family and him setting a record is a very amazing achievement. Thomas Muller is currently four goals clear at the top of the 2019/20 assist charts, with Borussia Dortmund's Jadon Sancho his closest pursuer on 16, followed by Thorgan Hazard and Christopher Nkunku (both on 13).
The wonderful attacker has achieved so much during his stay in the club. Well, he has only a few goals to his name this season. Bayern Munich players are like brothers, so he has no intention of moving out of the club. He will be hoping to lift that tally considerably higher over the second half of the season. Muller managed just nine efforts in 2018-19, but has regularly broken into double figures. The next player that will break his stance might have a lot to work on including Kevin De Bruyne. Although Kevin De Bruyne is good, Muller seems to surpass him in the passing aspect.