Munich - There was only one talking point following FC Bayern München's 5-1 victory over VfL Wolfsburg, even if Robert Lewandowski's record-breaking five goals had threatened to leave everyone speechless. rounds up the best of the reaction to an unforgettable night in Munich.

FC Bayern München

Robert Lewandowski: "I'm really happy, that was insane! I just wanted to play and didn't think about anything. I knew that I'd be able to score two goals in the second half but to get five is absolutely unbelievable. Out on the pitch you're just so focused. Obviously I always want to play, to score goals and win, but I wasn't annoyed about being a substitute. It's hard to compare to the four I scored against Real Madrid because that was in a Champions League semi-final after all. But to get five in the Bundesliga is crazy. It's a great night for me. It's not easy to score five times."

Philipp Lahm: "He [Lewandowski] could have scored seven today. We have to be critical of that and remind him of the chances he missed. It’s unacceptable!"

Jerome Boateng: "He's one of the best strikers in the world and I’m happy to play in the same team as him. It’s hard to defend against him. It’s good for me to be able to test myself against him in training."

Manuel Neuer: "That was a great experience. Lewy has written football history - firstly with the amount of goals and then with the amount of time it took him to score them. What fantastic goals and what a unique experience."

VfL Wolfsburg

Daniel Caligiuri: "We went in front but conceded the equaliser straight away in the second half. That stunned us and I don't really know what happened next. It was awful. We'll have to put it behind us quickly. That was a show of strength from Bayern."

Maximilian Arnold: "I can't explain what happened. There’'s not a lot you can say."