The Bayern striker is on the podium for the top scorers in the history of the Champions League.
It shouldn’t be easy for him either! We play the 9e minute of this Lazio Rome-Bayern Munich when Mateo Musacchio does not ensure at all a back pass for Pepe Reina. Robert lewandowski, who was necessarily dragging in the area, intercepts the ball before erasing the Roman goalkeeper and quietly opening the score (0-1) in this 8e go to Champions League.
The Polish striker from Bayern, in addition to having put his own on Tuesday night on the royal road since the Germans will lead 3-0 at the break, takes the opportunity to overtake a legend of Real Madrid. On the lawn of the Olympic stadium in Rome, the former Dortmund scored his 72e goal in C1, one more than the Spanish striker (1995-2011).
Robert Lewandowski now occupies third place in a ranking dominated by Portuguese Cristiano Ronaldo (135 goals) and Argentinian Lionel Messi (119).