Robert Lewandowski made Champions League history with four goals in 15 minutes as managerless Bayern Munich romped to a 6-0 win at Red Star Belgrade on Tuesday. It was the fastest four-goal haul in the competition's history and makes Lewandowski the top scorer in Europe this season with 10 goals in five games. He also saw a first-half strike ruled out by VAR for a handball in the build-up. "The most important thing is that we played really well, defensively and on the attack," Lewandowski told Sky. "It doesn't matter who plays, we follow the same plan." "I am just as happy when I don't score and we win," he added having failed to score in...Full Article
Lewandowski makes history with four goals in 15 minutes
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