MUNICH, Germany. September 22 (PSN) – Robert Lewandowski scored a record 5 goals in a matter of 9 minutes for Bayern Munich against Vfl Wolfsburg on Tuesday.
Bayern were down 0:1 at halftime with Wolfsburg leading the game thanks to a goal from Daniel Caligiuri.
It was having come on at halftime that Robert Lewandowski completely changed the game for the home side. The super substitute utterly ripped Wolfsburg apart to spur the hosts to a 5:1 victory.
In a complete solo effort, Lewandowski fired 5 goals in 9 minutes. It was, perhaps, the most inspired substitution in the history of soccer.
The remarkable scoring performance set a couple of records:
Robert Lewandowski of @FCBayern: 5 goals in 9 minutes is fastest by a player in Bundesliga history.
— ESPN Stats & Info (@ESPNStatsInfo) September 22, 2015
Robert Lewandowski: only substitute w/ 5+ goals in a Bundesliga match. Bundesliga record for goals in a match: 6 (Dieter Müller in 1977). — ESPN Stats & Info (@ESPNStatsInfo) September 22, 2015
Robert Lewandowski’s goals:
Goal No. 1: 52nd Minute
Goal No. 2: 53rd Minute
Goal No. 3: 55th Minute
Goal No. 4: 57th minute
Goal No. 5: 61st minute
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