Munich - FC Bayern München striker Robert Lewandowski made Bundesliga history on Tuesday evening after coming off the bench to score five second-half goals against VfL Wolfsburg on Matchday 6.
Bayern were losing 1-0 at the break after Daniel Caligiuri put the visitors ahead, but Lewandowski changed the course of the game after his introduction, scoring an astonishing five goals in a nine- minute spell.
- The striker's goals mean he has scored the fastest hat-trick in Bundesliga history (four minutes), beating Michael Tönnies' five-minute effort for MSV Duisburg against Karlsruher SC in August 1991.
- Taking only six minutes, Lewandowski scored the fastest four-goal haul in history.
- Then, taking only nine minutes, the Pole netted the fastest five-goal haul in history.
- Lewandowski became the first substitute to score more than three goals in the history of the German top flight.
- Poland's captain becomes the 14th player to score five goals in a match in Bundesliga history.