Robert Lewandowski has tied Manchester United’s Cristiano Ronaldo’s Champions League scoring record.
On Tuesday night, Robert Lewandowski joined Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi in an exclusive Champions League club.
When he scored for Bayern Munich, Lewandowski became one of only three players in history to have 30 or more Champions League knockout goals.
As a result, Lewandowski, Ronaldo, and Messi are no longer in the Champions League as the competition enters the semi-finals.
This season, Ronaldo scored six goals in seven Champions League appearances, but it wasn’t enough for United.
Tonight is the second leg of Atletico Madrid’s quarter-final match against Manchester City.