There were records broken and set by one person in a space of only 9 minutes when Bayern Munich striker Robert Lewandowski stepped off the bench at half-time against Wolfsburg to score five goals in nine minutes during a 5-1 comeback win
The feat that sounded and looked almost as impossibility, has gotten the whole world talking most especially the manner in which he achieved it in spectacular style.
Bayern had trailed 1-0 at half-time, when Lewandowski was introduced for Thiago and Six minutes later, the Poland international netted his first goal of the night from close range. Lewandowski added four more in quick succession to record the fastest five goals scored by one player in Bundesliga history.
This means the Polish striker scored the quickest Bundesliga hat-trick (four minutes). Then set a new record for four goals in the same match. And then did likewise for five, too.
He also scored the quickest Bundesliga hat-trick (four minutes). Then set a new record for four goals in the same match. And then did likewise for five, too and became the first Bundesliga substitute to score more than a hat-trick.
The Pole scored the fastest five-goal haul in a major European league and also became the third Bayern player to score five in a game – Gerd Muller did so three times, and Dieter Hoeness once among other records
“This was just crazy. Five goals, that’s just unbelievable. I just wanted to shoot and wasn’t thinking about what happened afterwards. I am very, very satisfied. This was a great evening for me”. He said after the game