Bayern Munich are unstoppable right now and they proved that on Friday night.
The Bundesliga champions humiliated Barcelona 8-2 in the quarter-finals of the Champions League.
A first-half brace from Thomas Muller, plus goals from Ivan Perisic and Serge Gnabry gave Bayern a 4-1 lead going into the break.
It was much of the same in the second 45, with Robert Lewandowski, Joshua Kimmich scoring, while Barca loanee Philippe Coutinho bagged a brace.
Talk about rubbing salt in the wounds.
It really was a sensational game and every single Bayern player impressed on the night.
In fact, it was one of those rare games where Lewandowski didn't look the star - but that's not to say he wasn't still on fire - his teammates were just as impressive last night.
But with another goal against Barca, the Polish striker added to his impressive list of achievements this season - a list that keeps growing and growing.
Let's check out some of the mindblowing stats from a very impressive campaign.
Lewandowski has 14 goals in eight Champions League games and has scored in every single fixture.
Those games were against Red Star, Tottenham, Olympiacos, Chelsea and Barcelona. He played all but one of those teams twice.
Across all competitions, the striker has directly contributed to 63 goals for Bayern this season: 54 goals and nine assists in 44 matches.
On average, Lewandowski scores a goal every 63 minutes.
As it stands, he's just three goals away from matching Cristiano Ronaldo's record of 17 goals in a single Champions League season.
If Lewandowski does reach that number, just remember he'll have to do it in fewer games due to second leg fixtures being scrapped in Lisbon.
The Bayern Munich star is enjoying a remarkable season and quite frankly, he's been robbed of a Ballon d'Or.
Football's top individual prize won't be awarded this year due to COVID-19, but if Lewandowski finishes the season lifting the Champions League trophy, he probably won't be too upset.
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