Robert Lewandowski: 'You can say it was a perfect day'

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Blaise Bourgeois

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Robert Lewandowski had what he described as a “perfect day” as he bagged a beautiful brace en-route to a 3-0 demolition of Barcelona at Camp Nou on Tuesday evening.

Lewandowski is already up to 10 goals on the season in just six games, in addition to the three goals and three assists he collected over the international break.

“We have to be satisfied after a game like this. We won 3-0 at Camp Nou,” Lewandowski said after the match.

“We had the game under control and showed calm on the ball – it was a great performance by everyone,” Lewandowski said after the match.

“It’s always nice to be on the field with a song (UCL anthem) like this and that the fans are there too – that was a great feeling. You can say it was a perfect day.

“I always try to show my best. We were on the road a lot now because we were with the national teams. Now we are happy that we can stay in Munich for a few days.”

Thomas Müller celebrated his 32nd birthday a day late with the opening goal, beating Marc-André ter Stegen courtesy of a major deflection, something Lewandowski believes he completely deserved.

“We sang ‘Happy Birthday’ yesterday, but today he gave himself a present. It was an important goal. It gave us confidence. But we also played really well defensively, Barca had no chance at all.”

Bayern will take on Bochum and Greuther Fürth in Bundesliga action before they take on Dynamo Kyiv in Champions League play on the 29th.

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