The Poland international now sits joint-top of the scorers' charts and, thanks to the bundesliga.com users, takes the Best Player of Matchday 7 spoils for good measure.
In truth, it was a landslide victory (50 per cent) for BVB's prolific No.9, who supplemented his cool brace with a pair of assists in a rampant 5-0 drubbing of SC Freiburg. Lewandowski has now scored a whopping ten goals in his last seven outings against the south-west club.
Next up on the ballot sheet is fellow Schwarzgelben representative Marco Reus (22 per cent). The 24-year-old took his Bundesliga tally to four with a double of his own, converting two of his three efforts on goal, as well as teeing up Lewandowski for a stunning third just shy of the hour mark.
On the subject of quality strikes, they don't come much better than 's (15 per cent) emphatic volley against Werder Bremen. The Japan star's execution was a beauty to behold and, crucially for 1. FC Nürnberg, the turning point in a barnstorming, six-goal bonanza at the Weserstadion.
A day earlier, FC Bayern München were made to work hard for all three points against VfL Wolfsburg, with Thomas Müller (seven per cent) timing his run to perfection to slide home Franck Ribery's inviting cross in a narrow 1-0 win. Amazingly, it was the Germany international's first league goal of the campaign.
Bringing up the rear
Max Kruse's goal and assist ensured Borussia Mönchengladbach picked up their first point on the road this season in the weekend's opening fixture at FC Augsburg, but were only enough to hand the Foals forward a three per cent-hand in the matchday poll.
Joint-last but by no means least, Ibrahima Traore received the same number of votes after making mincemeat out of the opposition in VfB Stuttgart's stroll in the Sunday afternoon park at Eintracht Braunschweig. The Guinean capped a devastating individual performance with a second-half strike and late assist.