- Robert Lewandoski is the first player to score the fastest quadruple in Champions League history
- The 31-year-old scored four goals as Bayern Munich hammered Red Belgrade 6-0 Group B tie
- Lewandowski has also scored 27 goals in all competitions including 16 Bundesliga goals
Robert Lewandowski's thirst for goals this season has been something worthy of note as the Bayern Munich striker looks unstoppable this campaign.
The Poland international was on song when Bayern demolished Red Star Belgrade by 6-0 with Lewandowski scoring four of the goals in the match.
But the beautiful thing about it was that the former Borussia Dortmund forward bagged a quadruple in 14 minutes and 31 seconds, the fastest ever in the competition's history.
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The 31-year-old began the onslaught in the 53rd minute when he converted a post-kick to add to Leon Goretzka's first-half strike to make it 2-0.
Seven minutes later he completed his brace from close range and completed his hat-trick in the 64th minute.
Lewandowski got his fourth in the 68th minute to put Bayern up by 5-0 as Corentin Tolisso buried the game with a minute left to play to make it 6-0.
The Polish captain who already has 16 league goals this season, has scored in every Bundesliga match for the Bavarians, not until last weekend's game against Fortuna Dusseldorf.
Lewandowski is only the second player to have scored four or more goals in a Champions League game on more than one occasion, along with Barcelona's Lionel Messi.
He now has 16 Bundesliga goals and 10 Champions League strikes in his name, making him the hottest striker in Europe.
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Meanwhile, Legit.ng had earlier reported that Harry Kane is now the fastest player to reach 20 goals in the Champions League after scoring a brace in Tottenham's 4-2 win over Olympiacos.
Spurs wrestled their way back into the match after conceding two goals in Jose Mourinho's first home game in charge.
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