Bayern Munich forward Robert Lewandowski netted his 250th goal for the German Champions as they beat Wolfsburg 2 – 1 at the Allianz Arena on Wednesday.
Lewandowski scored a header to cancel out Maximilian Philipp’s opener before completing a brace in the second half to earn the Bundesliga champions three points.
The 32-year-old is only the third player in Bundesliga history to reach the landmark after Gerd Muller (365) and Klaus Fischer (268), but he is the first non-German to achieve the feat.
The Polish forward was bought from Borussia Dortmund in 2010 where he helped the club to win back-to-back Bundesliga titles.
He also spearheaded the Black and Yellows to the 2011-12 DFB Pokal Cup and to the 2012-13 Champions League final – which they lost 2-1 to Bayern.
After a successful spell at Dortmund, Lewandowski secured a move to Bayern in 2014 where he has spent seven seasons.
He has won the Bundesliga in every season he has played for Bayern, and finally lifted the Champions League last campaign when the Bavarians defeated PSG.
The striker made the final cut of three nominees for the Ballon D’Or award alongside Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo following his impressive form for the German outfit last season.