Stop us if you've heard this before but Robert Lewandowski scored again for Bayern Munich.
On Tuesday evening, the Polish striker scored four goals in the space of fifteen minutes, helping his side win 6-0 against Red Star Belgrade. As a result, Lewandowski also became the club's all-time scorer in the tournament. The same record he holds with Borussia Dortmund. This season for club and country, Lewandowski has 31 goals in 26 matches and has 51 goals in 53 games for the calendar year.
The four goals on Tuesday made him the fastest player in tournament's history to do so. A remarkable achievement from arguably the best striker in the World.