Bayern Munich’s Robert Lewandowski has equalled the Champions League records of Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo.
Lewandowski joined Ronaldo and Messi in an exclusive Champions League club this week after he scored in his side’s quarter-final second leg 1-1 draw against Villarreal.
His goal against Villarreal means the Polish striker has become one of just three players to score 30 or more Champions League knockout goals in history, according to MEN.
Bayern Munich took the lead in the second leg of their quarter-final against Villarreal thanks to Lewandowski’s goal.
But it wasn’t enough for the Bundesliga giants to progress to the Champions League last-4.
Villarreal scored a late equalizer at the Allianz Arena to win the tie 2-1 on aggregate, knocking Bayern Munich out at the quarter-final stage.
That means Lewandowski, Ronaldo and Messi are out of the Champions League as the competition reaches the semi-final stage.
Meanwhile, Lewandowski is currently the top scorer in the Champions League this season with 13
He is ahead of second position Real Madrid’s Karim Benzema, who has 12 goals.