The 33-year-old became the competition’s 42nd centurion, joining an acclaimed group of players to have amassed 100 outings or more, led by front-runner Cristiano Ronaldo, while he further cemented his place in third in the all-time UEFA Champions League top scorers chart, reaching the 80-goal mark in record time.
International: 128 appearances, 74 goals
UEFA club competition: 130 appearances, 90 goals
Domestic competition: 595 appearances, 429 goals
With 295 goals, is by far the most prolific foreign goalscorer in Bundesliga history; he eclipsed Claudio Pizarro’s record of 195 in March 2019.
With 300 Bundesliga goals, Lewandowski is second in the all-time rankings; his next target is Gerd Müller’s national record of 365.