Robert Lewandowski gave Bayern an early 1-0 lead in the first leg of the first leg of the first leg of the UEFA Champions League against Lazio Rome on Tuesday evening. With his fifth goal of the current season, the Pole has also made a leap in the all-time top scorer list of the premier class.
Lewandowski scored his 72nd goal in the UEFA Champions League against Lazio Rome, displacing Real legend Raul (71 goals) from the top 3 of the all-time CL top scorer list. It is questionable whether the Pole can make up another place in the future. This is currently led by Cristiano Ronaldo with 134 goals. Lionel Messi (119 goals) will also be difficult to catch up with.
Robert Lewandowski overtakes Raúl to become third highest scorer in Champions League history.
1. Ronaldo 134 goals
2. Messi 119
3. Lewandowski 72
4. Raúl 71
5. Benzema 69 pic.twitter.com/nzP27S4KTj
— Sextuple winners 🏆🏆🏆🏆🏆🏆 (@iMiaSanMia) February 23, 2021