The striker scored four goals against Madrid.
A double brace from Borussia Dortmund’s Robert Lewandowski may have ended Real Madrid’s run in this year’s UEFA Champions League as the German side cruised to a shocking 4-1 victory on Wednesday night over Coach Jose Mourinho tutored side.
The healthy lead secured by Dortmund could set up an all-German final at the Wembley Stadium in England as their fellow German club, Bayern Munich, were 4-0 winners over Barcelona in Tuesday’s semi final clash.
Lewandowski who was simply outstanding on the night opened the flood gate of goals as early as the 8th minute of the encounter .
Cristiano Ronaldo equalized in the 43rd minute with his 12th goal of the Champions League make the score 1-1 at half time.
In the second half, Lewandowski added more to his tally finding the back of the net in the 50th, 55th and the 66th minute from the penalty spot.
Lewandowski becomes the first player to ever score up to three goals in a match against Real Madrid in the Champions League.
Madrid will host Dortmund in the second leg next week at the Santiago Bernabau.
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