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Robert Lewandowski will be playing in his first Clásico on Sunday. But he is no stranger to Real Madrid, against home he has scored six times in eight games.
Five of the eight games were played wearing the colours of Borussia Dortmund in 2012 and 2014, where he scored five goals and gave one assist.
The most memorable of all was surely the one on 24 April 2013, when Lewandowski score all four goals in a fantastic 4-1 victory that sent his team into what would be an all-German final against his future club, Bayern Munich.
With two defeats and one draw, he never beat Real Madrid in his time in Bavaria, but he did score one goal and give one assist. That's in stark contrast to his three wins, one draw and one sole defeat playing for Dortmund.
Four years have passed since he was last seen at the Santiago Bernabéu, where he is hopefully going to re-open his goalscoring account, this time wearing a new colours - the blaugrana of FC Barcelona.