Bayern Munich striker Robert Lewandowski did not need a long time to score the net against Lazio at home, at the Olympic Stadium, in the first leg of the Champions League final.
The Polish international took advantage of a fatal lapse to defend the Italian capital team, to sign the goal of the Bavarian team’s lead within just 9 minutes.
With this goal, the 32-year-old surpassed the scoring record of Real Madrid legend Raul Gonzalez in the Champions League.
The best player in the world reached his 72nd goal, becoming the third all-time goalscorer in the UEFA Champions League.
Lewandowski is behind the duo, Cristiano Ronaldo, the Juventus star, who is the top scorer with 134 points, and Lionel Messi, Barcelona’s captain, who scored 118 goals.