Without question, Robert Lewandowski is one of the best strikers in the world. After establishing is reputation
The Polish international signed for BVB in the summer of 2010 and made his Bundesliga debut on
It didn't take him long before he was a fan favourite. On Matchday 4 in 2010/11, Lewandowski (no. 7)
He would go on to win the Bundesliga title that season, scoring eight times. However, Lewandowski (2nd l.) spent most
The following season he took advantage of an injury to Barrios to become the leading striker at the club,
His most important goal in 2011/12 was by far and away the winner in a 1-0 success over Bayern on Matchday 30, ...
...which helped BVB pull clear of the Bavarians and seal a second consecutive Bundesliga triumph
In only his second season, Lewandowski (c.) was celebrating his second league title, but there was more to come from the deadly marksman...
In Berlin's Olympic Stadium, he almost single-handedly beat Bayern again, scoring a superb treble in a 5-2 rout of the Reds in the DFB Cup final
It was the first time in their history that Dortmund had won the league and cup double, and few had played a bigger part than Lewandowski
Later that summer, he got the chance to shine on the international stage as Poland co-hosted UEFA Euro 2012 with the Ukraine.
The disappointment did not last however. In 2012/13 Dortmund won themselves an army of fans with their pulsating displays in the Champions League,
The campaign would end in heartbreak for Lewandowski, however, as BVB were beaten 2-1 by perennial foes Bayern at London's Wembley Stadium in May 2013
Again the former Lech Poznan man (3rd l.) reacted well, gaining some measure of revenge on
In his final meeting with