After Lewandowski scored twice and set up two more goals in Bayern's 4-1 win over Chelsea in the UEFA Champions League last-16 tie on Saturday, his tally for the campaign went up to 13 goals.
Having established a commanding 3-0 first-leg lead at Stamford Bridge back in February, Bayern quickly made it 5-0 on aggregate when Lewandowski - from the penalty spot - and Ivan Perisic scored inside 25 minutes at the Allianz Arena.
Bayern's Robert Lewandowski celebrates one of his two goals against Chelsea.
Croatia winger Ivan Perisic made the task more hard for Chelsea by netting the second in the 24th minute after he was set up Lewandowski.
"Of course Barcelona have the quality to be at their best in a game", he was quoted in Marca on Sunday.
"I can see where I want us to go and I know we'll be back".
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A goal up after winning February's first leg, Lyon will face Manchester City at the final tournament in Lisbon. The Turin side have won the tournament twice, but not since 1996.
"Every match will feel like a final so we are going to have to be very concentrated", he added. They will be joined in the last eight by Barcelona, who were victorious at home against Napoli, thanks to a fired-up Lionel Messi.
2 - Napoli's two previous away Champions League knockout matches have ended in defeat, losing 4-1 to Chelsea in March 2012 and 3-1 to Real Madrid in February 2017.
Chelsea pulled a goal back before the half-time through Tammy Abraham after Bayern's goalkeeper Manuel Neuer made a mistake.
The Catalans had a shaky start but took the lead in the 10th minute with a powerful header from a corner by Clement Lenglet before Messi scored a superb second in the 23rd, seeing off four defenders to curl the ball into the far bottom corner.
That's a hell of a goal, with Messi beating five defenders singlehandedly (a few of them more than once) and then somehow, from almost on the deck, slotting one to the far post. Next up is a quarterfinal against Barcelona, which beat Napoli 3-1 in Saturday's other game.
Chelsea was left needing five goals to win and almost started an improbable comeback soon after when Callum Hudson-Odoi put the ball in the net, only to see his goal ruled out for offside by Tammy Abraham in the buildup. "Everyone has a chance in a single game, it's 50-50", Suaraz told Movistar.
Frank Lampard will nearly certainly have reminded his players of Liverpool's extraordinary completion of the 4-0 home win they required against Barca on their way to winning the trophy last season, and Tottenham's equally tough task in going 3-0 down on aggregate in the second leg at Ajax. "Bayern are a great opponent, they are a contender for the title, like all eight teams in Lisbon, but it is 11 against 11 in 90 minutes", the Uruguayan striker said.