Robert Lewandowski is a world-renown striker with a career prolificness throughout his career few forwards can even dream of.
Starting his career with Polish Third Division side Znicz Pruszkow, the striker rattled in the goals for both them, and then later Lech Poznan before the big clubs in Germany came calling.
A world-class marksman, Lewandowski joined Borussia Dortmund – leading their line for four years and netting 74 goals in just 131 Bundesliga appearances.
A move to rivals Bayern Munich in July 2014, having signed the previous January a pre-contractual agreement, Lewandowski has kept up the same ruthless form. Currently, he has scored 138 goals in 165 league appearances.
Lewandowski’s finest moment though was against Wolfsburg in 2015, scoring five goals in just 8 minutes and 59 seconds after coming on as a half-time substitute. Bayern won the game 5-1, having been a goal down.