The Polish superstar Lewandowski is just four goals off the record in a Champions League season scored by Cristiano Ronaldo in 2013-2014.
Robert Lewandowski set aside his contemplations on his individual records and concentrated on Bayern Munich’s forthcoming quarter-finals against Barcelona subsequent to giving another twofold in Saturday’s success up Chelsea.
The Polish international improved his season record by scoring two goals. He also and providing an assist in the 4-1 win at the Allianz Arena. That led Bayern from the round of 16 to a 7-1 win in both legs.
Lewandowski now has 13 goals in seven appearances on the European stage this year, four fewer than the record set by Cristiano Ronaldo for a single season in 2013-2014.
But the prolific 31-year-old forward has insisted he is more interested in helping his team qualify. “It’s not a goal for me,” the Pole told Sky when asked about Ronaldo’s record.
“The most important thing is to play well and go to the next round. We have to show as a team that we are better [than Barcelona] to reach the semifinals. Barcelona is still dangerous and plays great football. We have to be there from the first minute and demonstrate our quality. “
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