Bayern Munich players Robert Lewandowski and Serge Gnabry surpassed Juventus’ Cristiano Ronaldo and Real Madrid’s Gareth Bale goal record after the Bavarian’s Champions League 3-0 win over Lyon on Wednesday night.
A Lewandowski goal and the Gnabry brace ensured Bayern beat Lyon in the Champions League semi-final tie to qualify for the finals.
Lewandowski ‘s goal against French Ligue 1 was his fifteenth goal of the season in the Champions League, while Gnabry’s brace was his ninth goal of the season in the Champions League.
Robert and Gnabry have been Bayern’s two top scorers, with the duo now combining for 24 goals in the Champions League this season.
Real Madrid defeated Atletico Madrid in that season’s final, with Ronaldo scoring 17 goals throughout the competition and Bale netting six goals, Goal reports.