February 7, 2023

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Lewandowski made Champions League history and advanced to the “Bayern” quarter-finals

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Bayern Munich striker Robert Lewandowski scored the fastest hat-trick in Champions League history, with a total of 8-2.

The 33-year-old Polish opener opened the scoring with almost identical penalties in the 12th and 21st minutes before scoring the third goal two minutes after completing his fifth hat-trick of the match.

The clash ended almost half an hour after Serge Knabry defeated goalkeeper Philip Quinn on a low shot to make it 4-0.

Prior to today’s meeting, the Austrian team did not score more than two goals in the official match this season, but the situation worsened when Thomas Mர்ller added a beautiful fifth goal for the hosts nine minutes after the start of the second half.

Rookie Moritz Gigart scored a face-saving goal for the spectators in the 70th minute, his first European goal, but M முller scored his second individual goal 13 minutes later, then Leroy Sane completed seven in the 86th minute.


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