Bayern Munich proved once again why they were the 2020 UEFA Champions League title winners. The Bavarians might have disappointed their fans with the 1-1 draw against Red Bull Salzburg in Austria in the first leg of the last 16 stages. But came back stronger in the reverse fixture at Allianz Arena, thrashing the Austrian side with a 7-1 scoreline. Robert Lewandowski once again played a huge role for Munich hitting a beautiful first-half hat-trick with 23 minutes of pure thrilling action to give the side a good lead against the underdogs.
The Polish international etched his name down in the history pages with the fastest hattrick in the competition and overall for the club hit the 40-goal mark for the sixth consecutive time as well. Later taking advantage of Salzburg's porous defense, Serge Gnabry and Leroy Sane scored once while Thomas Muller hit a brace to help the team qualify for the quarterfinals.