Barcelona has poured 15 million 30 million euros this season to strengthen the squad. His results on the field have also started to match. Robert Lewandowski has scored 5 goals in 4 matches in La Liga. The debut for Barcelona in the Champions League is also memorable. Hat trick! Lewandowski started with a hat-trick in the champion league for Barcelona
Lewa also made history with a hat-trick in Barca’s 5-1 win over Viktoria Plzen. Became the first player in Champions League history to score hat-tricks for three different teams. From Borussia Dortmund to Bayern Munich, the Polish star also scored a hat-trick at Barca.
Frank Casey, who joined the club this season, also started Barca’s goal celebrations before Levar. Another newcomer, Jules Kunde, headed the goal past the Ivory Coast midfielder. Lewandowski was left shaken after Casey’s fastest (13 minutes) goal on his Champions League debut for Barca’s XI. The first goal on 34 minutes with a perfectly curled shot from outside the box, Dembele’s contribution was greater in the second.
In the third minute of added time in the first half, the French winger lost the ball in Plzen’s box and grabbed it again. A measured cross threw the ball to Leva’s head. Leva can make such rounds with closed eyes. There was no mistake this time either. Minutes before that, the Czech Republic club was dreaming of turning the game around with a goal from Sokora’s head. Plzen went into the break trailing 3-1 to Laver’s goal.
Leva had to wait about 22 minutes to get the hat trick after the break. This time in the perfect shot from outside the box, like the eyes of a ‘sniper’! Ferran Torres scored Barca’s fifth goal 5 minutes after Lever’s sixth hat-trick in the Champions League (67 minutes). The Spanish star scored a volley from Dembele’s chip.
Plzen gave a scare at Camp Nou before being blown away by Barca’s goal. At the start of the first half, the team played some good attacking football with some good pace. He also got a penalty in the 24th minute.
The referee blows the whistle as Plzen forward John Mosquera falls in the box. Video Assistant Referee (VAR) technology showed Mosquera elbowing Barca defender Andres Christensen before falling. The penalty is disallowed.
Lewandowski is now the third-highest scorer in the Champions League (89). Only Lionel Messi (125) and Cristiano Ronaldo (140) are ahead of him. Barca will face Lever’s former club Bayern Munich next Tuesday.
In the other match from Group C, Bayern Munich won 2-0 against Inter Milan.