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Champions League: Lewandowski nets four goals in under 15 minutes

27.11.2019 01:00
Poland international Robert Lewandowski scored four goals in less than 15 minutes as his Bayern Munich side demolished Serbian outfit Red Star Belgrade 6-0 in their Champions League group stage match on Tuesday.
Robert Lewandowski celebrates after scoring his fourth goal during the UEFA Champions League group B soccer match between Red Star Belgrade and Bayern Munich in Belgrade, Serbia, on Tuesday.
Robert Lewandowski celebrates after scoring his fourth goal during the UEFA Champions League group B soccer match between Red Star Belgrade and Bayern Munich in Belgrade, Serbia, on Tuesday. Photo: EPA/ANDREJ CUKIC

Lewandowski’s goals came in the 53rd, 60th, 64th and 67th minutes of the game in Belgrade, Serbia and added to his tally as the Champions League’s fifth-highest all-time scorer.

The Polish star striker now boasts a total of 63 Champions League goals, one less than France’s Karim Benzema, Poland's PAP news agency reported.

The 31-year-old Pole leads the competition’s scoring charts this season, with 10 goals.

 “I have to confess ... I am addicted to scoring goals,” Lewandowski tweeted after Tuesday’s match in Belgrade.

The Polish striker in 2013 scored four goals in a Champions League match for his previous side Borussia Dortmund against Real Madrid.

Lewandowski in 2015 managed an astonishing five goals in nine minutes for Bayern against Wolfsburg in a German Bundesliga game.

(gs/pk)

Source: PAP