Robert Lewandowski becomes the first player in the Bundesliga history books to score 5 goals in Nine minutes in the second half and as a substitute.

Bayern Munchen smashed their biggest rivals of last season 5 unreplied goals to 1 at Allianz Arena on Tuesday.

Wolfsburg were actually leading the Bundesliga Champions by a goal to nothing as at the end of First Half in the game. They took the lead at the Allianz Arena with 26 minutes on the clock as Daniel Caligiuri fired home beautifully following the new signing - Julian Draxler's pass/assist, after that they almost doubled it before the break with a beautifully timed strike from Josuha Guilovogui  from his own half which left Manuel Neuer confused, hit the outside of the left-hand post and failed to get into the back of the net.

Pep Guardiola's men struggled to break the defense of Wolfsburg in the first half having tried all they could because Wolfsburg employed the tactics they used against Bayern in the Super Cup which they won - Sit Back and Hit on the counter, it worked for them in the first half but watch out here come the Second Half.

Robert Lewandoski, 27, was introduced alongside Javier Martinez in the second half, which was Guardiola's concept to move the ball in a more flexible manner which turn out to be the match winning statics against this rejuvenated Wolfsburg side.

The second hal began just as the first half with Bayern getting all possessions and Wolfsburg sitting back to absorb. Thomas Muller's shot was saved at first by Benaglio after a well constructed team play move involving Gotze and Vidal.

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The Poland International netted in a four-minute hat-trick before completing another brace of goals in the next 5 minutes to make it five on the night as he 'selfishly' destroyed Wolfsburg.

All goals scored by Lewandoski was not easy at all, he worked hard for all of them but the last goal (5th goal) was the best of the rest on the 60th minute when he pulled a sensational acrobatic volley which took Benaglio (Wolfsburg goalie) by surprise and left Pep stunned on the sidelines. 

Wolfsburg goalie - Benaglio was also impressive on the night despite the 5 goals with a double saver to deny Gotze and then Muller from adding a sixth and also another great save alongside defender Ricardo Rodriguez on the goal-line which stopped Lewandowski from scoring his sixth on the night.

So, what Cristiano Ronaldo can do, Robert Lewandoski can do better.