Having put Scotland to the sword days earlier, the striker showed once more why he is Europe's most feared marksman at present.
Just last month he attracted headlines from around the globe after netting an incredible five goals in nine minutes for Bayern Munich against Wolfsburg.
Liverpool youngster Joe Gomez was impressed, taking to Twitter to express his disbelief at Lewandowski's form.
Lewandoski on flames!— Joe Gomez (@J_Gomez97) October 11, 2015
Gomez's comment took on even more interest in light of transfer rumours linking Lewandowski with a transfer to Liverpool 24 hours earlier.
The Mirror reported that new manager Jurgen Klopp is interested in signing his former Borussia Dortmund striker, hopeful he could get him if Bayern Munich wanted to cash in.
Quite why they would look to sell is another matter, but the Pole is not the typical forward for a Pep Guardiola team, yet with the Spaniard's future uncertain at the Allianz Arena while he dallies over signing a new contract, Lewandowski has a chance of outlasting him.