Cologne - Two goals and a maiden visit to the Oktoberfest – it was not a bad weekend at all for FC Bayern München's .
Throw in the award of bundesliga.com's Player of the Week for Matchday 7, and the Pole certainly had plenty to celebrate ahead of the international break, when he will come face to face with many of his team-mates this coming weekend.
Before posing for a selfie with Bayern fans, Lewandowski put in another productive shift for the seemingly unbeatable Bavarians. Goals number three and four of the season, interspersed among efforts from Arjen Robben, ensured Bayern took a four-point lead to the Wiesn with them on Sunday.
The 26-year-old was duly rewarded with 75 per cent of bundesliga.com's vote, putting him way ahead of his closest challenger. "Everything seemed to click today," he said when reflecting on the game.
Second in the vote was (14 per cent), who bagged a brace of his own in Hertha Berlin's 3-2 win over VfB Stuttgart in Matchday 7's curtain-raiser on Friday night. The Cote d'Ivoire international showed how well he has settled in the German capital with his second and third goals for the club.
"I've felt at home ever since I got here," he told bundesliga.com."I'm very happy to be part of the Berlin family." In third place was (11 per cent), who also struck twice on Matchday 7 to help the Eagles to a third win of the season, taking them up to fifth in the standings.