Robert Lewandowski made history on Saturday as Bayern Munich warmed up for their UEFA Champions League clash against Real Madrid with an emphatic away win at Hannover.
Lewandowski has now hit more goals in the Bundesliga than any other non-German after he came on to score in a 3-0 win away to Hannover.
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The Bundesliga Champions were forced to turn to their bench for firepower and Muller slotted home a pass from Bernat before Lewandowski got the second, to bring up five goals for the latter in seven games and he now has 28 this season.
His second half header also brought up his 105th goal in the Bundesliga and he beat the previous record by a foreigner in the Bundesliga, that was set by Pizarro.
Sebastian Rudy completed the scoring for the Bavarians a minute from the end.
Bayern Munich who are
preparing for their Champions League clash with Real Madrid rested their regulars with Hummels, Ribery, Javi Martinez, Muller and Kimmich and the Pole all on the bench.