Last night, Robert Lewandowski became the fifth-highest scorer in Champions League history. The Bayern Munich forward has already scored 20 goals this season (it's October) and has netted in every single Bayern match so far except for the German Super Cup. He is, it turns out, pretty good.
To honour his achievements, we've updated our list of the all-time Champions League top scorers, with Lewandowski proudly sitting in his new top-five position. All you have to do is name the other 50.
While the few at the top might be easy, however, it does get trickier as you go down the list. But from one-club men to European travellers (including one player now on his seventh Champions League club), this is every player to score 20 or more goals in the competition since 1992.
Each player’s goal total and the clubs they’ve represented in the Champions League are below. Ten minutes are on the clock and we’d love to know how you get on @FourFourTwo – we’ll retweet the best efforts, if you don’t give answers away – and please challenge some pals while you’re at it.
*Playing for a Champions League team in 2019/20
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