Thanks to his hat-trick against Cologne this weekend, Robert Lewandowski has crossed the bar of 300 league goals.
Robert Lewandowski did not go into detail on Saturday, on the occasion of the displacement of the Bayern Munich in Cologne. After opening the scoring in the 9th minute of play, the Polish striker scored a hat-trick thanks to two goals scored in the last half hour.
Enough to allow Bayern Munich to win 4-0 and the former Borussia Dortmund player to pass a historic milestone. With his hat-trick, Robert Lewandowski has indeed crossed the 300-goal mark in the five major leagues.
Robert Lewandowski is only the eighth player to achieve such a feat after Cristiano Ronaldo (484), Lionel Messi (475), Jimmy Greaves (366), Gerd Müller (365), Steve Bloomer (317), Dixie Dean (305) and Zlatan Ibrahimovic (301).
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