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Pep Guardiola and Robert Lewandowski react to Bayern Munich's big win over Wolfsburg

After Robert Lewandowski scored five goals against Wolfsburg, Pep Guardiola and the Polish striker react to his performance.

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Pep Guardiola: "I've never experienced anything like it, either as a coach or a player. Five goals in nine minutes. I'm so happy for Robert. We didn't play well for 45 minutes and then we score five in nine minutes. I can't explain it."

Robert Lewandowski: "I'm obviously delighted. That was madness. It's a massive evening for me. We were behind at half time. I wanted to go for it because we needed two goals. After the third or fourth goal I looked up at the video wall and was surprised there was so long left to play. The coach didn't have to give me instructions. I knew what I had to do."

Dieter Hecking (VfL Wolfsburg coach): "What can I say? A world-class striker's taken five shots at goal and could actually have scored seven. Obviously that can't be happening. We had a good first half and succeeded in keeping Bayern a long way from our goal, Bayern were unable to up the pace. In the second half we've had these famous nine minutes. We can't be going 2-1 down 50 seconds after conceding the equaliser. We have to accept the thrashing we've taken today."

Daniel Caligiuri: "We were ahead but let in the equalizer straight after half-time. We were in a state of shock, but I still don't know what happened after that. That was gruesome. We have to forget it as fast as we can. That was a show of force by Bayern."

Maximilian Arnold: "No idea. It can't be explained. There's not a lot to say."

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