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Lewandowski scores fastest quintuple in history
Bayern Munich, Football /Soccer, History of sports

Lewandowski scores fastest quintuple in history

By Score More Robert Lewandowski scored the fastest quintuple in history in just nine minutes on September 22, 2015, against VfL Wolfsburg. He came on as a substitute in the 59th minute and scored five goals in the 60th, 61st, 67th, 69th, and 72nd minutes. This record is still unbroken today. https://youtu.be/TthnLjCrMTg?si=4n3IfJlprGwdngDH Lewandowski's performance that day was truly remarkable. He showed his incredible goal-scoring ability and his clinical finishing. He also showed his great fitness and stamina, as he was able to keep scoring goals even though he had only been on the pitch for a short time. Lewandowski's quintuple is one of the most impressive individual performances in football history. It is a testament to his skill, talent, and determination. Quotes "It ...
Bayern Munich and the swastika: A dark chapter in the club’s history
Bayern Munich, Germany Football Teams

Bayern Munich and the swastika: A dark chapter in the club’s history

By Score More Bayern Munich was forced to use the swastika on its crest from 1938 to 1945, during the Second World War. The decision was made by the Nazi government, which was trying to control all aspects of German life, including sport. Bayern Munich was founded in 1900 and had always been an open club, regardless of race or religion. The club's president at the time, Kurt Landauer, was Jewish and the club had a large Jewish following. The Nazi government, led by Adolf Hitler, was antisemitic and anti-democratic. In 1933, Hitler came to power in Germany and began to persecute Jews and other groups he considered undesirable. In 1938, the Nazi government ordered Bayern Munich to adopt the swastika on its crest. Landauer, a man of principle, refused to obey the order. In retaliation, ...