Lewandowski set world record, scored 4 goals in just 14 minutes
Lewandowski set world record, scored 4 goals in just 14 minutes

Bayern Munich striker Robert Lewandowski scored 4 goals in 14 minutes 31 seconds. As a result of his strong performance, Munich defeated Red Star Belgrade 6–0 in a one-sided match in the Champions League. Jan Lewandowski became the first footballer in the world to score the fastest four goals in the history of this tournament. At the same time, he is the second player in this league after Leonel Messi of Barcelona to score four goals twice. Not only this, he is the second player to score goals in nine consecutive matches of the group stage. At the same time, Lewandowski scored four goals against Real Madrid in the 2012–13 semi-final, playing for Borussia Dortmund. The 31-year-old Lewandowski became the third player in the Champions League to score a hat-trick after Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo.

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