Bayern Munich striker Robert Lewandowski has made Bundesliga history overnight,  scoring an incredible five goals in nine minutes to help his side to a 5-1 win over Wolfsburg.

The win sent Munich to the top of the league, as Lewandowski scored the Bundesliga's fastest ever hatrick and fastest five goal haul.

Wolfsburg took the lead in the 26th minute through Daniel Caligiuri, before Lewandowski, who was a 46th minute substitute went on a remarkable scoring rampage.

He netted his first in the 51st minute, before adding four more within the space of just nine minute.

The most impressive of which was his final goal, which was a sublime scissor kick from the edge of the penalty area from a Mario Goetze cross.

He is also the first ever substitute in the history of the Bundesliga to score five goals.

“I'm very satisfied. It was a crazy few minutes,” Lewandowski said.

“Five goals is incredible. I'm very happy.”

Bayern moved three points clear of Borussia Dortmund at the top of the table with six wins from the opening six games games of the season, however, Dortmund can reclaim top spot if it wins against Hoffenheim on Thursday.