Robert Lewandowski celebrates after turning the game on its ahead for Bayern at home to Wolfsburg - © © gettyimages / Lennart Preiss/Bongarts
Robert Lewandowski celebrates after turning the game on its ahead for Bayern at home to Wolfsburg - © © gettyimages / Lennart Preiss/Bongarts
Bundesliga

Supersub Lewandowski sets new records

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.

Records broken

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.