Bayern Munich forward Robert Lewandowski became the first man in Bundesliga history to score five goals in nine minutes after coming off the bench in club’s 5-1 rout of Wolfsburg on Tuesday.

The 27-year-old Polish striker came as a substitute and stunned last season’s German Cup winners with an incredible three goals in four minutes, starting in the 51st, to turn the game on its head at the Allianz Arena.

Lewandowski struck two more goals in the next five minutes and claims the fastest five-goal haul in the German football history.

He’s the first substitute ever in the Bundesliga history to score five goals haul in a single game and they were the quickest by anybody.

Twitter went into meltdown by the quality of the goals involved in an unprecedented performance..

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