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Goals always bring gloss to football and Robert Lewandowski is a big part of why Barça are shining at the moment. The top scorer sent the Estadi Olímpic Lluís Companys wild twice to lead the team towards a special comeback on Montjuïc hill.
Divine beings have been always associated with hills and mountains, and Estadi Olímpic Lluís Companys is starting to see a legend being created by Robert Lewandowski. His two goals in the win against Celta Vigo (3-2) proved pivotal but there was no time to celebrate as the comeback was on. His first came from a superb scooped pass by João Félix and the striker showed his ingenuity by outstretching a foot to lift the ball over the keeper and in off the bar (1-2).
The second goal after 85 minutes was somewhat more down to earth, and the kind of chance a top striker gobbles up. João Cancelo got in on the action like his countryman, getting to the byeline and cutting the ball back for Pole to drill the ball in low from around the penalty spot for 2-2.
So, he only needed two touches to extend his goalscoring run, making it now five games in a row, matching his best sequence in a blaugrana jersey. Curiously that came last September too, but that's what top players do, as Villarreal, Osasuna, Real Betis, Royal Antwerp and Celta Vigo (2) can attest. His current run can only be achieved by two other players in Europe - Serhou Guirassy and Kylian Mbappé.
His September exploits means Robert Lewandowski is currently leading the way for goalscoring. He now has five goals in LaLiga, matching Bellingham from Real Madrid. The forward is clearly on the way to becoming one of the top scorers this season again as he bids to claim the crown he won last season, while making more history with FC Barcelona to the absolute delight of every culer.