Scoring four goals against Real Madrid is always going to ensure your name peppers the football rumour pages, but Robert Lewandowski's pedigree has been evident for a long time. The Polish striker helped fire Borussia Dortmund to the Bundesliga title last year, and things have only got better: he has scored 34 goals in all competitions this season.
As a result, the 24-year-old is one of the hottest properties around going into the summer tranfser window. He is out to 3.00 to stay at Dortmund next season, indicating that a move is more than likely. Where, though, could he be off to?
Bayern Munich (1.30) are the big favourites to sign the striker. The Bavarians are known for their ability to prize star players away from their domestic rivals and have already signed Lewandowski's Dortmund team-mate Mario Goetze for a huge fee. With Pep Guardiola arriving, could the Pole be tempted to switch allegiances?
Manchester United (3.50) and Chelsea (7.00) are the leading options should Lewandowski fancy a switch to England. While Manchester United are hardly lacking for forwards, any move for Wayne Rooney may open the door to a potential deal. Chelsea, meanwhile, would love a striker as deadly as the Dortmund man.
In Spain, Real Madrid (10.00) and Barcelona (50.00) could both be having a clear-out in the summer, particularly after their Champions League disappointments. It is not beyond the realms of possibility that Lewandowski join the side he tore apart in April.
Other options include PSG (30.00), Man City (40.00) and Juventus (40.00), all of whom will hope to mount a bigger challenge in Europe next term.