Robert Lewandowski was presented with not one, not two, not three, but four official Guinness World Record certificates at a special press conference at Bayern Munich’s stadium this morning to formally recognise his incredible five-goal blitz against Wolfsburg back in September.
Lewandowski replaced Thiago Alcantara at half-time and proceeded to rattle off five goals in the space of nine minutes, thus breaking a series of records for Fastest Bundesliga hat-trick (3 minutes 22 seconds), Fastest Four Goals in a Bundesliga Match (5 minutes 42 seconds), Fastest Five Goals Scored in a Bundesliga Match (8 minutes 59 seconds) and Most Goals Scored by a Substitute in a Bundesliga Match (5 goals).
As such, the 27 year-old Polish striker accepted his framed certificates from Guinness World Records adjudicator Seyda Subasi Gemici…
Video: Robert Lewandowski receiving the 4 record certificates from Guinness book! pic.twitter.com/fOHDXEAIDk
— Home Bayern (@HomeBayern) November 30, 2015
Breaking records is nice and all, but it’s finding the wall space to hang them all up that’s the tricky part.