FIVE IN NINE, NO BIG DEAL:
That's minutes. Nine minutes. Literally drops the mic with the fifth one.
- His first three goals were scored within 3 minutes 22 seconds, the fastest hat-trick in Bundesliga history. Former record holder Michael Tönnies, who had scored three goals in six minutes in 1991 for Duisburg against Karlsruhe and a certain Oliver Kahn, congratulated Lewandowski on Twitter: "You deserve this!"
- Four goals in 5 minutes 42 seconds is the fastest in the league's history.
- ... and, naturally, five in eight minutes 59 seconds also set a Bundesliga best.
- Lewandowski is the first substitute in Bundesliga history to score five.
- It was the first time in 24 years that somebody has scored five goals in a Bundesliga match - since Tönnies against Karlsruhe.
- Had Wolfsburg not cleared the ball off the line in the 69th minute, Lewandowski would have equalled Dieter Müller's 1977 Bundesliga best of six goals in a single match.
- It was Lewandowski's first Bayern hat-trick.
FOOTBALL (all times BST)
19.00: La Liga, 5th vs. 2nd: Celta de Vigo vs. Barcelona
19.00: Bundesliga, 13th vs. 9th: Bayer Leverkusen vs. Mainz 05
19.00: Bundesliga, 15th vs. 2nd: Hoffenheim vs. BVB
19.00: KNVB Beker, 2nd round: Heracles vs. Vitesse
19.45: Serie A, 1st vs. 15th: Internazionale vs. Hellas Verona
19.45: Serie A, 13th vs. 20th: Juventus vs. Frosinone
19.45: Serie A, 8th vs. 5th: Sampdoria vs. AS Roma
19.45: League Cup, 3rd round: Crystal Palace vs. Charlton Athletic
19.45: League Cup, 3rd round: MK Dons vs. Southampton
19.45: League Cup, 3rd round: Newcastle United vs. Sheffield Wednesday
19.45: League Cup, 3rd round: Norwich City vs. WBA
19.45: League Cup, 3rd round: Walsall vs. CHELSEA
19.45: League Cup, 3rd round: Tottenham Hotspur vs. Arsenal
20.00: League Cup, 3rd round: Liverpool vs. Carlisle United
20.00: League Cup, 3rd round: Manchester United vs. Ipswich Town
20.00: La Liga, 14th vs. 3rd: Athletic Bilbao vs. Real Madrid