Lewandowski awarded four Guinness World Records

Hmm, you won’t believ that the Poland international picked up a host of prizes for his goal haul exploits against Wolfsburg for the Bavarians following his remarkable performance.

Bayern talisman Robert Lewandowski has finally picked up a whopping four Guinness world records for his five-goal haul in Bayern’s 5-1 Bundesliga win over Wolfsburg in September 2015.
It was Wolfsburg who went ahead with a one goal lead at half-time, coach Pep Guardiola turned to the Poland international who was made available from the bench and the striker quickly set about turning the match on its head, which resulted in him netting five goals in nine second-half minutes to easily see off the 2014-15 Bundesliga runners-up.

Well his performance on that day, earned him praise from around the football world, which has now been commemorated by Guinness, who have awarded Lewandowski with four world records.

As the records goes, Lewandoski now holds the records for quickest hat-trick, quickest four-goal haul, quickest five-goal haul and most goals by a substitute, cementing his display against Wolfsburg in history.
                 Lewandowski awarded four Guinness World Records

Despite such a remarkable goalscoring performance which Lewandowski put on that day, he remains behind the informed Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang in the Bundesliga scoring standings, with the Borussia Dortmund Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang  on 17 goals for the season so far, while the Bayern Robert Lewandoski has 14 goals to his name.

Lewandowski awarded four Guinness World Records

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