FC Bayern Munich | Lewandowski powders ancient gate

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For Robert Lewandowski, the Tuesday evening in the Champions League was once again a historical. The superstar of Bayern carried out at the 7: 1-edge victory in the eighth-final return match against RB Salzburg three times in the scorer list and set up several new records.

Never before was it a player in the premier class of European club football succeeded in achieving a hat-trick faster. Robert Lewandowski had laced a triple pack against the Austrians after 23 minutes. For his louped hat drink, the pole needed only twelve minutes.

Another record of the two-time world footballers but still takes much more historical dimensions. The three hits against RB Salzburg meant the gates 66, 67 and 68 in the jersey of Bayern in the European Cup. Since join Borussia Dortmund to the Münchernern in the summer of 2014, Lewandowski needed only 77 games for the number of hits.

With this three-pack on Tuesday evening, an ancient bottom of the Munich club icon Gerd Müller was practically pulverized. Until most recently, the bomber of the nation with 66 goals in 77 European Cup played this club record of FC Bayern.

Lewandowski stands at 85 goals in the Champions League

For the last time, Gerd Müller had met in October 1977 at European stage for his club. Since then, the bottom mark of 68 European Cocal hits had no one in the jersey of Bayern’s jersey.

By the way: While Gerd Müller in a total of three different club competitions for Bayern at European level – Europapokal from the national master, UEFA Cup and European Cup of the Cup winner – Knipste Robert Lewandowski all its 68 stalls for Bayern under the Champions League.

Overall, the 33-year-old is now at 85 hits in the premier class. 17 times he had also met for the BVB in the Champions League.