22th September 2015 is the day every football fan will never forget. The moment of magic happened in a game between Wolfsburg and Bayern Munich when the two teams met for their Bundesliga clash in the Allianz Arena. Wolfsburg had taken a first half lead thanks to a wonderful goal from Daniel Caligiuri. In a game that saw Bayern Munich have plenty of possession, Thiago Alcantara was replaced by Robert Lewandowski in the second half.
The Poland international did the unthinkable to stage a comeback for the Bavarians. Six minutes into the second half, he scored the equaliser. In the 52nd minute, he netted another, then a rain of goals followed. He scored five goals in nine minutes. Five! The game ended 5:1, with the Bavarians having a hero in their record books. Lewandowski became the quickest scorer of three, four and five goals in Bundesliga history, as well as the highest scoring substitute.
Every football fan will never forget this moment. What were your reactions to this super performance from Lewandowski? Kindly share your thoughts.
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