Lewandowski with a quick three when Bayern crushed Salzburg

Lewandowski with a quick three when Bayern crushed Salzburg

Bayern Munich – Red Bull Salzburg 7-1, 8-2 overall

Red Bull Salzburg’s hope in a surprising advance in the Champions League against Bayern Munich after 1-1 in the first match was torn to pieces by Robert Lewandowski (33).

The first half was not played until the half-time until the superstar Bayern Munich striker scored a hat-trick. 22:19 It was in game hour when the number three ball crossed the goal line.

It was the 12th goal for the Poles in this year’s Champions League.

– He is the best in Europe, says his colleague Kingsley Coman.

– Unbelievable, Serge Gnabry continues.

Bayern destroyed Salzburg, winning 7-1. Thus, they are ready for the quarter-finals of the Champions League.

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He scored first with a penalty kick after 11 minutes, before putting in the second penalty kick shortly afterwards. After just two minutes, he took advantage of the chaos in the back rows and scored his third goal with his comeback thigh.

According to statistics service OptaJoe, this was the first ever hat-trick in the Champions League. This is the earliest in a match that a triple has been completed.

Salzburg is playing against the best scorer in the world. TV 2 commentator Peder Mørtvedt said he decided to show it tonight.

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Penalty kicks: Lewandowski (Gulf) 1-0 (12)

Penalty kicks: Lewandowski (Gulf) 1-0 (12)

Several records

Thus, Lewandowski spent only 10 minutes and 25 seconds to complete the hat-trick.

but that is not all Faster Hat-trick in the Champions League. According to UEFA, Bafétimbi Gomis scored the fastest hat-trick when he spent eight minutes for Lyon against Dinamo Zagreb in 2011.

In contrast, this is the fastest hat-trick in a Champions League playoff, according to ESPN. This was also Lewandowski’s fifth hat-trick of the tournament.

Robert Lewandowski is now the Champions League’s top scorer. The pole climbed past Ajax’s Sebastian Haller, scoring 12 goals so far.

Bayern had complete control, and eventually won 5-0. Serge Gnabry scored the fourth goal before the end of the first half after a poor match for the goalkeeper, while Thomas Muller left his mark on the scorers list.

Penalty kicks: Lewandowski (Gulf) 2-0 (22)


Ten minutes later, Bayern Munich got a penalty. Robert Lewandowski was about to shoot from a distance of ten metres, but was confronted in a photographic search.

From the penalty spot, Lewandowski was safe as usual, beating Salzburg goalkeeper Philip Cohn.

A few minutes later, Bayern got a free kick on the edge of the penalty area when Lewandowski was saved again. But after the VAR link, the host team received the second penalty kick. Lewandowski chose the same corner and thus 2-0.

Immediately after that, the back rows of Salzburg failed to communicate well enough, and Kohn managed to pass the ball straight to Lewandowski. The ball rebounded at the post, and then the 33-year-old got the easiest job in the world of putting on his third.

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But others also signed up for the party. Serge Gnabry also left his mark on the scorers’ list after Philip Cohn allowed a shot that should have been taken.

After the break, Bayern Munich showed how well they can play. Thomas Muller appeared well and scored the fifth goal in the match.

After that, the visiting team got a consolation goal from a beautiful battle by the Danish Maurits Kjærgaard. Bayern did not give up, and Muller scored his second goal shortly before the end.

Lewandowski proved to be an elegant bartender when he kicked Leroy Sane who scored Bayern’s seventh goal.

Goal: Janabri (Al Khaleeji) 4-0 (31)

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