The striker, who is a four-time Guinness World Record holder, strut his stuff in front of his team-mates once again, this time is a Gianfranco Zola-esque finish
The striker scored just one goal in the Bundesliga during December but looks back to his record-setting best this weekend with a fine backheel volley finish during Bayern Munich training.
Jerome Boateng called out Lewandowski with a cheeky post after a fine finish of his own in training last week and now the striker has replied, writing on Instagram: "As you can see I don't need a break @jeromeboateng :-)"
Lewandowski has had his achievements this season recognised by Guinness World Records after netting the quickest hat-trick, quickest four-goal haul, quickest five-goal haul and most goals by a substitute.
With 2016 well underway, Lewandowski has started the calendar year strongly... is there an award for Gianfranco Zola-inspired finishes? Well, there should be.