Thursday, 28 November 2019

Robert Lewandowski’s record after scored a quattrick

By db-admin –  Bayern Munich bomber Robert Lewandowski has made a record after scoring four goals against Red Star Belgrade in the Champions League.

Bayern won a landslide victory at Red Star 6-0 in the fifth match of the Champions League group B on Wednesday (11/27) Western Indonesian Time, through goals scored by Leon Goretzka (14′), Lewandowski (53′ penalty, 60′, 64′, and 67′), and Corentin Tolisso (89′).

Bayern has confirmed the big-16 ticket before the match took place. Nevertheless, Hans-Dieter Flick, Bayern coach, still maintaining respect for his opponents and lowering the best players to maintain team performance.

As a result, Lewandowski kept his sharp scoring goals. The four goals not only increased the number of goals to 27 goals this season from a total of 20 appearances in all competitions but also broke several records.

Lewandowski became the fastest player in Champions League history to score four goals. According to records on UEFA’s official website, Lewandowski also became the second player after Lionel Messi (Barcelona) to score a quattrick twice.

The ex-Borussia Dortmund bomber has scored 63 goals in 85 Champions League matches. He ranks in the top five all-time Champions League scores, under Karim Benzema, plus his teammate, Thomas Muller, with a score of 43 goals.

The Polish striker’s performance was doing well. However, Lewandowski humbled and judged the team’s collective victory.

“The most important thing is that we play well, both defensively and offensively, we have fun, no matter who we fight, we follow our plans. I am also happy if I don’t score and keep winning,” Lewandowski said.

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