UEFA Champions League: Lewandowski author of the fastest quadruple in the history of the Champions League.

2019-11-27 17:15:46
UEFA Champions League: Lewandowski author of the fastest quadruple in the history of the Champions League.
Guess who's the top scorer in the Bundesliga? Robert Lewandowski, of course. And guess who's the best scorer in the Champions League? Lewandowski too. The Polish goal machine, who had already found the net in the first four days of Champions League, has struck again this Tuesday night in Belgrade.

Too often forgotten this season, Robert Lewandowski is out on the water in the Champions League where he is running at an incredible average of 2 goals per game, after his quadruple with Bayern Munich on Tuesday against the Red Star of Belgrade (6-0) at the 5th day.

Four goals scored in less than 15 minutes between 53rd and 67th minute, never seen in C1 for the man who also holds the record for the fastest tripling in Bundesliga history.

Until his goal-fest, Bayern led only 1-0 thanks to a goal from Goretzka (14th). But after the locker room break, the Pole ignited. He first scored a penalty (53), before scoring the tip of the foot (60th), then a header (64th), and then beat the goalkeeper in stride after a clever play (68th). It meant Bayern Munich has five wins in five games..

The Polish striker has scored 10 goals this season in the competition and can start dreaming of a season-long record set by Cristiano Ronaldo (17 goals) in 2013/2014.

The Bayern Munich striker posted a tweet, minutes after the match, in which he reveals his addiction: "I have to confess ... I'm addicted to scoring goals," the Polish striker wrote with humour.

After 20 games played this season, Lewandowski has already scored 27 goals, including all four on Tuesday night.

Lewandowski even has a time joined Karim Benzema in 4th place of the best scorers in the competition's history with his four new goals that bring his total to 63 achievements. But the Real striker scored a second time in Paris Saint-Germain (2-2) to bring his personal total to 64 goals in Champions League.

Harry Kane also scored a double with Tottenham, which allowed the Spurs to reverse the situation (4-2) against Olympiakos. The Englishman becomes the 3rd highest scorer this season in C1 with 6 goals.

Behind Lewandowski now points RB Salzburg's young striker, Erling Braut Haland, with 7 goals at just 19 years old.

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