Robert Lewandowski makes Champions League history as Bayern Munich hammers Red Star
This year, the striker has a goalscoring streak that would make even the eyes of both Lionel Messi or Cristiano Ronaldo water.
Against Red Star on Tuesday, Lewandowski scored the Champions League quadruple ever, as riot conducted to secure a 6-0 win, bagging four goals in four minutes and 31 minutes.
The 31-year-old was one of Europe’s very best strikers and goalscorers for the very best part of the previous ten years, though perhaps his exploits have been slightly overshadowed by the amounts recorded by Messi and Ronaldo.
But Lewandowski seems to get better with age.
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This season , the bruising however tasteful forward has scored a 31 goals — and we are not in December.
That tally contains 10 (yes, TEN) in only five Champions League games, 17 in 15 Bundesliga matches and four in six for Poland.
At a night to forget for Red Star — that has conceded 10 goals in two games after the defeat to Tottenham — the best form of defense against Lewandowski of the Serbian side was the Video Assistant Referee.
Had it not been out one of the attacks of these Pole, things might have been a good deal worse.
His haul in Belgrade chooses Lewandowski’s goal tally for the calendar year to 51 and signifies he becomes only the second player in Champions League history — following Messi four goals in a game on more than one event.
His four targets on Tuesday watch him turned into Bayern Munich’s all-time record goalscorer in the Champions League with 46 goals, while devoting his third hat-trick of this season.
On a streak, Bayern has gone After the sacking of Nico Kovac as head trainer under boss Hansi Flick, scoring 16 goals and conceding none.
Spare a competition, Bayer Leverkusen.