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Forward “Bavaria” has received four of the certificate of Guinness world records

30 November | 19:21

Bayern forward Robert Lewandowski entered the Guinness Book of records. 27-year-old came on as a substitute at half-time in a home match of the 6th round of the German Bundesliga with VfL Wolfsburg (5:1) and has scored five goals in the period from the 51st to 60th minute.

Lewandowski has got four certificates: for the fastest hat-trick (3 minutes and 22 seconds), poker (5 minutes and 42 seconds) and Penta-trick (8 minutes and 59 seconds), as well as the record for most goals in one match of the Bundesliga after coming on as a sub (5), informs championat.

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