- Robert Lewandowski scored five goals in nine minutes against Wolfsburg
- Bayern Munich striker awarded with four Guinness World Records
- Achievements include quickest hat-trick, four-goal and five-goal haul, and most goals by a substitute, all in the Bundesliga
- The Polish international has 26 goals in 25 appearances this season
Robert Lewandowski has been awarded an incredible four Guinness World Records after his stunning five-goal haul in just nine minutes against Wolfsburg in September.
The Bayern Munich striker came off the bench at half time with his side a goal down, and blew the opposition away before the hour mark.
And now he has received the official record certificates of his achievements for the quickest hat-trick, four-goal haul, five-goal haul and most by goals by a substitute, all in the Bundesliga.
Robert Lewandowski has been awarded an incredible four Guinness World Records
The certificates come after his stunning five-goal haul in just nine minutes against Wolfsburg in September
They were given to him for the quickest hat-trick, four-goal haul, five-goal haul and most by goals by a sub, all in the Bundesliga
Quickest Bundesliga hat-trick
Quickest Bundesliga four-goal haul
Quickest Bundesliga five-goal haul
Most goals by a Bundesliga substitute
He later tweeted: ‘It is a great honour to have my achievements on the pitch hit the Guinness Book of Records.’
Lewandowski struck his first just before the 51-minute mark against Wolfsburg, before adding his second less than a minute later.
He then completed his hat-trick in the 55th minute and added his fourth and fifth in the 57th and 60th minutes respectively.
FIRST GOAL: Lewandowski scores the first of his record-breaking five goals in nine minutes against Wolfsburg
SECOND GOAL: The striker hits a powerful shot outside the area for his second goal to put Bayern in front
Lewandowski slides to his knees after scoring his second against Wolfsburg in September
THIRD GOAL: The 27-year-old completed his hat-trick in less than four minutes
FOURTH GOAL: Lewandowski wheels away after scoring his side’s fourth goal
FIFTH GOAL: Lewandowski saved his best until last with this wonder-strike
Lewandowski celebrates after scoring his fifth goal in the space of nine second-half minutes
The electronic scoreboard at the Allianz Arena shows the times of all of Lewandowski’s second-half goals
LEWANDOWSKI’S GOAL TIMES
It’s been an impressive season for Lewandowski in front of goal, as he has scored 26 goals in 25 appearances for club and country so far.
His form has also helped Bayern top the Bundesliga in emphatic fashion, as well as qualifying for the last 16 of the Champions League, and he has spearheaded Poland’s qualification for Euro 2016.
Next up for Lewandowski is Bayern Munich’s trip to Borussia Monchengladbach in the Bundesliga on Saturday, before their final Champions League group game four days later.
They travel to face Dinamo Zagreb next Wednesday night, but have already guaranteed top spot in Group F.
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