Robert Lewandowski, Bayern Munich forward, has a better minute per goal ratio ahead of Juventus's Cristiano Ronaldo and Barcelona's Lionel Messi.
The Polish international, 31, brought his goal tally to 26 in the new season in just seventeen appearances for the German giants with his four-goal blitz against Red Star Belgrade.
Lewandoski put in a fabulous display, hitting back of the net in 53, 60, 64, and 67 minute as Bayern top the Group B table with incredible 15 points.
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.
And according to statistics by Daily Mail, the forward's impressive goal-scoring run leads to a goal approximately in every 57 minutes.
Interestingly, this stellar run is about seven minutes quicker than Messi's best ever La Liga and Europe season in 2012-13 where he scored 46 goals in 32 appearances.
Barcelona won the La Liga title with historical 100 points with the Argentine proving a prolific best.
Ronaldo, on the other hand, had best minutes-to-goal campaign in 2013-14, where he scored every 73.6 minutes for Real Madrid.
These feats have now been beaten by the Polish star with 24 Bundesliga matches remaining.
His goal-scoring spree has seen him score in all but one of Bayern Munich's Bundesliga and Champions League games so far this season.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng had reported that Polish forward Robert Lewandowski continued his scoring form for Bayern Munich after netting twice in their 3-2 win over Olympiakos in the Champions League.
Lewandowski also netted a brace in Bayern's 7-2 bashing of Tottenham last month.
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