Bayern Munich defeated the Austrian “Salzburg” and advanced to the 1/4 finals of the Champions League. The forward of the German team, Robert Lewandowski, scored the fastest hat-trick in the tournament’s history.
The meeting, held on Tuesday in Munich, ended with a score of 7:1 in favour of the hosts.
Home striker Robert Lewandowski scored the fastest hat-trick in the history of the Champions League in the match. The Pole hit the opponents’ goal three times in the first 23 minutes of the match; first, he converted two penalties (12 and 21), and after that, he scored from the game (23).
Thomas Muller also scored a double for the hosts (54 and 83), and Serge Gnabry (31) and Leroy Sane (86) also scored on the ball. The only goal for Salzburg was scored by Maurits Kjergor (70).
In the first match, held in Austria, there was a draw of 1:1.
Bayern became the first participant of the 1/4 final of the Champions League.