Robert Lewandowski took to social media after recording his 100 th goal for Bayern Munich in the 3-0 win over Eintracht Frankfurt on Saturday.
The 28-year-old scored a brace for the title chasing Bavarians to help extend their lead on top of the Bundesliga log.Read Also | Wexit Pictures: Fans stage massive 'Wenger out' protest
Lewandowski tapped home from Thomas Muller's low cross in the first half before wrapping up his brace with a lovely goal in the second half after fine work from Arjen Robben.
The Polish international tweeted after the game: “100 goals for Bayern! Each of them gave me a lot of joy, I hope that with your support I will be able to experience more moments like this!.”
Lewandowski scored 103 in 187 apparances for Borussia Dortmund, before moving to Bayern in 2014.
The in-demand forward has now registered 100 in 137 outings for the Bavarians but he is still a long way off club icon Gerd Muller, who is the club’s all-time top scorer with 525 across all competitions.