Lewandowski continued his impressive goalscoring form this season. Note that Bayern Munich cruised past Benfica to make it 3 wins out of 3 games in the champions league. Even though the first half was goalless, Bayern Munich scored 4 great goals in the second half to go to the top of the league.
However, Robert Lewandowski, who has been impressive since 2020, set another record in the UEFA Champions League after scoring a 62nd-minute goal against Benfica. On the other hand, recall that Robert Lewandowski is also a strong contender for the FIFA Ballon D'Or Award.
What Is The Record Lewandowski Set Against Benfica?
The Polish striker's 62nd-minute goal means that he has now scored 25 goals in his 19 UEFA Champions League appearances. Furthermore, Robert Lewandowski became the first player in the history of the UEFA Champions League to win 19 straight games.
When you take a look at this record, many people have questioned why other Bayern Munich players aren't mentioned. Well, the reason is that Robert Lewandowski was injured when Paris Saint Germain beat Bayern Munich in the Quarterfinal of the UEFA Champions League last season.
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