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Lewandowski scores fastest quadruple in UCL history

Robert Lewandowski scored the fastest Champions League quadruple in history, with four goals in just 14 minutes and 31 seconds as Bayern Munich thrashed Red Star 6-0.

The 31-year-old Polish striker also became only the second player in Champions League history, after Barcelona’s Lionel Messi, to score four goals in a game on more than one occasion.

His four goals at the Rajko Mitic Stadium this morning sees him become Bayern Munich’s all-time record goal scorer in the Champions League with 46 goals, while also bagging his third hat-trick of the season.

The win helped Bayern secure the top spot in Champions League Group B with a match to spare.

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