Bayern München striker Robert Lewandowski believes the club’s incredible performances this season are down to his good understanding with Thomas Muller.
The duo have impressed in Pep Guardiola’s ultra-attacking formations this season as they’ve been allowed to partner each other upfront.
As the Bundesliga reaches its final stage, the Bavarians sit comfortably eight points ahead of second place Dortmund at the top of the standings.
Lewandowski has paid homage to the German international after they pushed their tally to 40 league goals between them over the weekend.
“Thomas and me just get along very well with each other,” the former Dortmund striker told Goal. “When we play together there is something like blind understanding.
“Every second Thomas knows where I am, how I move. It’s the same case the other way around. We know each other inside out. That’s why we don’t have to talk on the pitch.”