Bayern Munich's Robert Lewandowski has had his record-breaking five-goal haul against Wolfsburg officially honoured by the Guinness Book of Records.
The striker, 27, came off the bench to score five times in eight minutes and 59 seconds in September's Bundesliga match, breaking four world records.
He has scored the most goals by a substitute in the Bundesliga (five) and the fastest Bundesliga hat-trick.
It was also the fastest four goals in the league and the fastest to five.
Lewandowski said: "It took me a couple of days and weeks for it to sink in, my family were almost more excited than I was."
The Poland striker, who has scored 26 goals in 25 appearances for club and country this season, is planning to donate the boots he wore on the night to charity.
|Lewandowski's record-breaking night|
|Fastest Bundesliga hat-trick (three minutes and 22 seconds)||Fastest five goals in a Bundesliga match (eight minutes and 59 seconds)|
|Fastest four goals in a Bundesliga match (five minutes and 42 seconds)||Most goals scored by a substitute in the Bundesliga (five)|