For the last time in the colors of Borussia, Dortmund Lewandowski entered the list on 25 February 2014. BVB won away from Zenit Petersburg, and the Pole scored his 16th and 17th goals in the Champions League. Although it was already known that he would leave for Bayern Munich after the season, fans from Signal Iduna Park did not expect the homegrown Warsaw would not score more in the Champions League with the colors of their beloved club. “Lewy” later played in two more BVB matches in the Champions League, but did not find his way to the net.
For seven long years, his achievements have become a scoring record in the history of Borussia Dortmund in the Champions League. When Marco Reus scored against AS Monaco and reached the Pole on October 2, 2018, it only seemed a matter of time before he was in first place alone. Meanwhile, we had to wait for the next goal of the German until Tuesday evening.
Erling Haaland seems to reconcile them soon. The sensational Norwegian already has 12 goals for BVB in the Champions League, so there is a possibility that this season he will overtake Reus. However, if this does not happen, he may not be able to follow his teammate next season. For the 20-year-old, the biggest clubs in the world have disappeared and every day his visit to Signal Iduna Park becomes less and less likely.