The Italian pretenders (Lazio) to Bayern's crown came into the battle with inferior weapons but decided to stab themselves three times anyway. Brainless mistakes led to Bayern's first and third goals, while their fourth was the gift of an own goal.
Bayern München’s 4-1 victory over Lazio in the UEFA Champions League Round of 16 1st leg saw three of Bayern’s first team players register unprecedented records in the competition. Veteran striker Robert Lewandowski, 17-year-old Jamal Musiala & versatile defender Joshua Kimmich grab up impressive records.
Joshua Kimmich has set a Champions League record for most wins in his first 50 games in the competition as Bayern Munich beat Lazio on Tuesday.
Lewandowski became the Champions League’s third highest goalscorer, overtaking Real Madrid legend Raul’s tally of 71 goals. He opened Bayern’s books with a 9th minute strike after capitalizing on Mateo Musacchio’s sloppy pass. The goal took him to 72 goals in 95 appearances in the competition
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