Four big joys in the history of the Champions League: Lewandre to kill Real Madrid, Messi two goals banquet (Photos)

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In the early morning of April 25th, Beijing time, in the first leg of the 2012-13 UEFA Champions League semi-final, Dortmund beat Real Madrid 4-1 at home. In this game, Borussia Dortmund's Polish striker Lewandowski was in a brave state. He managed four goals for the team alone, becoming the first player in the history of the Champions League to complete the semi-finals. At the same time, he was also the first person in the history of the European War to break Real Madrid goals four times in a single game. The following is Sohu Sports for you to take stock of the big four after the Champions League restructuring

01-Lewandowski (Dortmund 4-1 Real Madrid)

As the first one to complete the big four in the semi-finals of the Champions League Players, Lewandowski chose to ravage the powerful galaxy. In the first leg of the Champions League semi-final against Real Madrid, the Polish striker scored four goals in the 8th, 50th, 55th and 67th minutes, helping Dortmund, who won 4-1, to enter the Champions League final with one foot.

02-Messi (Barcelona 7-1 Leverkusen)

Lewandowski finished his senior year in the semifinals The joy is certainly gratifying, but there are still players who have completed seemingly defying slap tricks. This person is the first player in football today, Messi. In the second round of the Champions League 1/8 final in the 2011-12 season, Barcelona beat Leverkusen 7-1 at home, with a total score of 10-2. Messi scored five goals in the 25th, 42nd, 49th, 58th and 85th minutes.

03-Inzaghi (Lazio 5-1 Marseille)

Although his brother is more famous, he scored more goals in the European war. But it was the younger brother who had the experience of completing the fourth birthday. In the 1999-2000 UEFA Champions League second stage group D group, Lazio beat Marseille 5-1 at home. In the 17th, 37th, 38th and 71st minutes of this campaign, Inzaghi scored four goals in a row, leaving the guest Marseilles completely incapable of resisting, and finally lost 1-5. After the game, Eriksson, the Lazio coach, even regretted Inzaghi, "He could score six goals, but unfortunately he didn't. If that were the case, he could set the Champions League scoring record."

04-Pulsau (Monaco 8-3 Deportivo)

The Croatian shooter with his iconic whip was once all the rage in European football . In a group C match of the 2003-04 UEFA Champions League group stage, Monaco beat Deportivo de La Coruña 8-3 at home. Pulsau scored four goals in the 25th to 49th minutes to help the team win. The magic of Monaco in the Champions League this season lasted until the final, but they lost to Porto, led by Mourinho in the final.

05-Fanny (Manchester United 4-1 Sparta Prague)

A match in Group D of the 2004-05 UEFA Champions League group stage, Manchester United At home 4-1 overtake Sparta Prague. This is another performance that decides a game on its own. Dutch striker Van Nistelrooy arranged four goals for the team in the 14th, 25th, 60th and 90th minutes.

06-Shevchenko (Fenerbahçe 0-4 Milan)

2005-06 UEFA Champions League group E group match, fee Nebahce lost to AC Milan 0-4 at home. It was Shevchenko who helped the Rossoneri win a big away game. The Ukrainian nuclear warhead completed a super hat trick in the 16th, 52nd, 70th and 76th minutes to help Milan take Fenerbahçe away. This is also the first time that it has appeared in the away game in the four-yuan performance of the independent middle school so far.

07-Messi (Barcelona 4-1 Arsenal)

Today's football leader Messi is on the list for the second time. Except againstLeverkusen’s slap trick, Messi also completed a big four in the 2009-10 UEFA Champions League quarter-final second leg, Barcelona's 4-1 home win over Arsenal. In the 18th minute, Bendtner opened the scoring for Arsenal, but only 3 minutes later, Messi started his performance with a goal, and Messi completed his hat trick in the 41st minute. In the 80th minute of the second half, Messi played the opponent's defense and scored the fourth goal. After the game, even Arsenal coach Wenger praised Messi, "I think Messi is indeed the best player right now, and he is far ahead of others. When he controls the ball, it is really unstoppable. Once participating in the game, it is full of threats."

08-Gomez (Bayern 7-0 Basel)

The 2011-12 season, In the second round of the Champions League 1/8 finals, Bayern Munich beat Basel 7-0 at home, and home team forward Gomez finished his senior four. Super Mario scored four consecutive cities in the 44th, 49th, 61st and 67th minutes to help Bayern win by a big score, and the final total score of 7-1 reversed and advanced.

09-Gomis (Lyon 7-1 Dinamo Zagreb)

2011-12 UEFA Champions League group stage, Lyon away 7 -1 victory over Dinamo Zagreb and advance to the knockout round with a goal difference advantage. In the game, Lyon striker Gomis scored 4 goals alone. It is worth mentioning that Gomi scored a goal in the 45th, 48th and 52nd minutes and completed the hat-trick in 7 minutes, becoming the player who took the least time to stage a hat-trick in the Champions League.

10-Van Basten (AC Milan)

Before the Champions League restructuring, the famous Dutch striker Basten also completed his fourth birthday. In the first round of the Champions League in the 1988-89 season, AC Milan beat Sofia Levsky 5-2 at home. Van Basten scored four goals in the second, 13th, 43rd, and 84th minutes of the campaign, helping Milan win and advancing to the next round with a total score of 7-2.

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