The Polish striker, key in the round of 16 series against Chelsea, scored a double at the Allianz Arena and is already the fourth all-time top scorer of the tournament.
Robert Lewandowski was the man of the round of 16 series against Chelsea and ratified it in the second leg, where he scored a double for Bayern Munich before the Blues in the Allianz Arena which placed him among the best in the Champions League.
In this way, the Polish striker reached 66 goals in the competition, which positions him as the fourth highest scorer in history, only behind Cristiano Ronaldo, Lionel Messi and Raúl González, whom he can reach in a short time.
Additionally, Lewandowski’s goal average of one score every 112 minutes is the highest in the Top 5 of the leading scorers, behind only Lionel Messi and his 102-minute average.
66 – With a brace against Chelsea tonight, Robert Lewandowski is now the outright fourth-highest scoring player in Champions League history, with 66 goals. Carnivore. pic.twitter.com/iq1YCYbpKY
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