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Impressive since his Barcelona debut since his move from Bayern Munich, Robert Lewandowski hasn’t really needed the time to adapt to his new side. Yesterday, he was a substitute for his team’s trip to Cadiz Park, after coach Xavi Hernandez decided to leave him to rest between two Champions League matches. At the end of the match, he still had his chance to enter the match for 30 minutes. It was enough for the Polish international to score a goal and help in the big 4-0 win.
Best newbie of the century?
An achievement that allows him to enter the history of the Spanish championship, by achieving the best start to a rookie season in the twenty-first century. In fact, he has already scored six goals in just five matches, and two assists. Andre Silva set the previous record by six goals in six matches with Sevilla in 2018. A good way to prepare for the shock of this start to the Champions League season is with a trip to the meadow of his former club Bayern Munich, on Tuesday night.
Robert Lewandowski made La Liga history in the match against Cadiz by scoring his sixth goal in five league matches on his debut. It’s the best start to a junior season in the 21st century.