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Robert Lewandowski matches Ronaldo record in Barcelona win over Atletico

Barcelona’s Robert Lewandowski secured his place in La Liga history with an outstanding performance at the Wanda Metropolitano. The Polish maestro led a convincing 3-0 win over Atlético Madrid, impressing fans with his performance.

Lewandowski, the former Bayern Munich talisman, regulated his team’s victory with ease. He not only scored but also helped Fermín López on two goals for Barcelona. His lesson did not go unnoticed, drawing the attention of statistics Opta.

Opta revealed a staggering statistic, further solidifying Lewandowski’s status as a footballing luminary. The 35-year-old became the first player since Cristiano Ronaldo in November 2016 to be involved in at least three goals in an away fixture against Atlético Madrid.

This achievement underscores Lewandowski’s enduring brilliance and his seamless integration into the Barcelona setup. His prowess on the field has not only electrified fans but also etched his name alongside the game’s elite.

As Barcelona continues its pursuit of glory, Lewandowski’s remarkable feat serves as a testament to his indomitable spirit and unwavering excellence on the grand stage of La Liga.

As revealed by statisticians Opta, the 35-year-old ‘is the first player to be involved in at least three goals in an away La Liga match against Atlético Madrid since Cristiano Ronaldo in November 2016’.

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