Robert Lewandowski scored his 100th goal in European competitions against Royal Antwerp on Tuesday. The striker reached the figure in his 139th match in Europe, having played for Lech Poznan (6 goals in 16 games), Borussia Dortmund (18 in 36 games), Bayern (69 in 79 games) and now Barça (7 in 8 games).
The Poland international has found an exceptional ally in Joao Félix. The Portuguese forward's genius allowed Lewandowski to score the second goal against Real Betis on Saturday. On Tuesday, Felix again set up Lewandowski to put the ball past Butez at the far post with a close-range finish.
It is the fourth game in a row that Lewandowski has scored. He also scored against Villarreal (3-4) and Osasuna (1-2), in both cases, netting the winning goal.
Lewandowsk's goal tally is as follows: 92 in 112 Champions League games; 2 in 8 Europa League games; 3 in 4 UEFA Cup games; 2 in 6 Europa League qualifiers and 1 in 8 UEFA Cup qualifiers. The striker still has two more goals in international competitions, but in the Club World Cup, which counts as a FIFA tournament and not a UEFA tournament.
He is the third-highest scorer in the history of European competitions, behind only Leo Messi (132) and Cristiano Ronaldo (145), who also surpass him in the Champions League.
Ronaldo leads the ranking in Europe's top competition with 140 goals, followed by Messi with 129, while Lewandowski has 92 in the competition.Read on m.allfootballapp.com