Bayern Munich were losing 1-0 at home to Wolfsburg last night and so boss Pep Guardiola decided to bring on striker Robert Lewandowski at half time to try and change the tide of the game.
His decision was vindicated less than 15 minutes later when Lewandwoski had scored an incredible five goals. What’s even more is that they actually came in a nine minute period, which has simply got to be something that has never ever happened before in the history of football.
The only thing that’s wrong about this is that he didn’t manage to get the double hat trick. I always see players like Messi and Ronaldo score five goals in a game (OK well not always but it has happened) and they never manage to go one further and get the double hat trick. That is something I really, really want to see one day.
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Anyway it’s indisputable really that the best goal of the bunch there is the last one because bang that is one hell of a volley. My favourite goal of the five has to be the third one though because not only does he hit the post, some guy also manages to block his second shot on the line but he still manages to get it in. What a hero.
I suppose you could say it’s a shame he didn’t manage to get a header in as one of the goals but that really would be trying a bit too hard to pick holes in this wonderful achievement. I mean look at Pep Guardiola’s face at the end of the video – it’s not often you see him looking like that. In fact it’s not really that often you see anyone looking like that.
This guy who impersonated Robert Lewandowski in order to pick up chicks is probably going to have even more luck now after this. Go figure.