FC Bayern München goal machine Robert Lewandowski was presented with no less than four Guinness World Record certificates on Monday.
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The Poland international takes his place in the history books after scoring the fastest ever hat-trick, four- and five-goal salvos (four, five and six minutes respectively) and most goals by a substitute (five) in Bayern’s famous 5-1 win over VfL Wolfsburg on 22 September.
'Belongs to the whole team'
"You can watch it over and over again," Lewandowski said at a special prize-giving ceremony in Munich. "It was a great evening for me, a historic evening. It will remain in the fans' memories forever, and mine too. I didn't have too much time to think about what I had done. My wife, my family and my friends were happier than me. I didn't really realise what had happened. I didn't play on my own against Wolfsburg, though. The record belongs to the whole team."
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