Barça had the bitter experience on Tuesday: Robert Lewandowski is unstoppable.
The matches follow each other and look alike for the opponents of the Bayern Munich. Blame it on Robert Lewandowski. The Polish striker is indeed untenable. the Barça, the Bavarian giant’s first opponent in the Champions League, can in turn attest to this.
If Thomas Müller opened the scoring shortly after the half-hour mark, it was Robert Lewandowski who added to the bill by scoring a double in the second half. Enough to consolidate his status as the third highest scorer in the history of the Champions League with now 75 goals in 97 matches, four more than Karim Benzema and Raul.
And that total should quickly swell. Robert Lewandowski remains, with Bayern, on a series of 18 matches in a row with at least one goal scored. A performance never seen in the history of the Bavarian giant.
Since the start of the season, the Pole has reached 10 goals in six matches. Bayern’s next opponents know what to expect …
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