Cologne - There was nothing too unusual about the result in FC Bayern München's 6-0 win over SV Werder Bremen, although seeing 's name on the scoresheet might have raised a few eyebrows.

The 30-year-old not only celebrated his 200th Bundesliga win with his first ever top-flight brace, but also stormed to victory in the Matchday 8 Player of the Week poll (50 per cent).

Collector's item

The Bayern skipper's first effort was the kind of strike Robert Lewandowski would have been proud of, while the build-up to his second - involving a cute backheel to Xherdan Shaqiri - was followed up by a deft finish through the legs of Bremen stopper Raphael Wolf.

"I don't score very often and it's the first time I've scored twice since I was a kid," Lahm admitted after the game. "I don't know if it's the last time I'll get a brace, but I imagine it probably will be. Anyone who says they don't like scoring must be lying."

Recurring theme

is certainly a fan of finding the back of the net. His two goals and assist weren't enough to give Bayer 04 Leverkusen all three points in a thrilling 3-3 draw with VfB Stuttgart, but the South Korean's personal haul certainly caught the attention of the users.

The 22-year-old duly amassed 45 per cent of the post-Matchday 8 vote, finishing comfortably clear of Borussia Mönchengladbach's (five per cent), who netted a brace of his own in Saturday's 3-0 win away to Hannover 96.