Robert Lewandowski and Serge Gnabry are not to be stopped in this year’s Champions League campaign. The duo scored all three goals in Bayern’s semi-final victory over Olympique Lyon, firing their team into the final.
Serge Gnabry set Bayern on their way, bagging a brace in the first half, with Lewandowski putting the game to bed in the closing stages of the match. The duo are in excellent form at the moment.
The German winger now has nine goals to his name, while the Pole 15, and together they have scored an incredible 24 goals, making the two the most prolific duo in the history of the Champions League.
The previous record held by Cristiano Ronaldo (17) and Gareth Bale (6; 23 goals for Real Madrid in the 2013/14 season) was bettered by Bayern in the match against Lyon.
And Gnabry/Lewandowski still have one more game to play to extend the record, when they play the final against Paris Saint-Germain on Sunday.