June 6th marked a historic day for the Bundesliga Premier League. It was announced that Florian Wirtz had become their youngest goalscorer, standing at 17 Years & 34 Days Old. Bayern Munich was competing against Bayer Leverkusen, the team that employs Florian Wirtz. Even though his outfit would lose to the reigning champions, Wirtz acquires one of two goals for Bayer Leverkusen. This young man curled the football towards Manuel Neuer, passing by the Bayern Goalie & entering the net.
The Bayer Leverkusen Head Coach remarked that they were aware of the considerable talent behind Florian Wirtz. Peter Bosz would continue by noting Florian had learned the essential lesson with professional football. Now that his pacing toward professional competitions has been obtained, goals can be more consistent & practice will garnish a perfect shot.
Florian Wirtz 1st played for Bayer Leverkusen in April 2020. He obtained this position after multiple footballers refused to compete amid the coronavirus, ultimately losing their place with this outfit. Wirtz competed against Werder Bremen in his 1st match, acquiring the title of Youngest Debuting Player in Bundesliga History. Before these athletes opted for their positions with Bayer Leverkusen to end, the coaching staff were considering Florian Wirtz for acquisition. He professional career was inevitable.
30th Bundesliga Goal for Robert Lewandowski
Florian Wirtz wasn’t the exclusive athlete to obtain notable records on June 6th. The Bayern Munich outfit saw their Midfield Striker, Robert Lewandowski, acquire his 30th professional goal in Bundesliga. The coaching staff for Bayern Munich didn’t think this accomplish would come until their next match the following weekend, with Bayer Leverkusen dominating the 1st half of this match. After Florian obtained the 2nd goal of this match, things went downhill for Bayer Leverkusen.
It should be mentioned that Bundesliga was the 1st football league to resume operations after the COVID-19 international pandemic. Their health & safety protocols have been reviewed by hundreds of sporting associations worldwide, with Spain’s La Liga the following suit. It’s suspected that the protocols implemented by Bundesliga will be used by various sporting outfits in North America, the European Union, Asia, and Australia.