Robert Lewandowski scored four goals in 14 minutes for Bayern Munich to finish off Red Star Belgrade 6-0 in Champions League Group B match on Tuesday.
This is the quickest quadruple in Champions League history.
Lewandowski doubled Bayern’s lead with a composed penalty after Leon Goretzka scored the first goal for the German club.
Before his penalty shot, Lewandowski had scored a goal but it was cancelled by VAR for handball from Tolisso.
He scored three extra goals before Corentin Tolisso completed the sixth goal late into the game.
This will be Lewandowski’s 10th goal in this Champions League season. He is also the second player in Champions League history to score four goals in a game on more than one occasion, Lionel Messi being the first to score four times in a game twice.
Bayern now have the number 1 spot in Group B Champions League and qualified for the last 16 with 15 points while Tottenham Hotspur is second place with 10 points having beaten Olympiakos 4-2 at the same time on Tuesday.
Next, Bayern will face Bayer Leverkusen in Bundesliga on Saturday while Red Star will host Vozdovac in their upcoming Serbian Super Liga