Bayern Munich striker Robert Lewandowski stepped off the bench at half-time against Wolfsburg to score five goals in nine minutes during a 5-1 comeback win for the German football giants.
We take a look at the records he broke, the reaction to his haul and compare his achievements to others.
- Liverpool, Newcastle and West Brom have this season
- Wayne Rooney has in 2015
- Mario Balotelli did in his season at Liverpool
- Former Arsenal striker Nicklas Bendtner has in over three years
- Lewandowski scored the quickest hat-trick (four minutes) in the Germany's top league, Bundesliga. Then set a new record for four goals in the same match. And then did likewise for five, too.
- He became the first Bundesliga substitute to score more than a hat-trick.
- The Pole scored the fastest five-goal haul in a major European league since statistics started being recorded.
- Lewandowski is the third Bayern player to score five in a game - Gerd Muller did so three times, and Dieter Hoeness once.
Striker Robert Lewandowski said: "This was just crazy. Five goals, that's just unbelievable. I just wanted to shoot and wasn't thinking about what happened afterwards. I am very, very satisfied. This was a great evening for me.
Bayern Munich boss Pep Guardiola said: "I am very happy for Robert. For his confidence and our future this was extremely important.
"I can't really understand it. Five goals. Neither as a coach nor as a player did I ever experience something like this and I can't really explain it. Five goals against Wolfsburg are never easy."