The Polish ace scored Barcelona's second goal of the evening against the Belgian side, which was good enough to earn a personal milestone.

It will be a day to remember for Robert Lewandowski, as he has finally reached a record only two players in history had accomplished before him.

The former Bayern ace scored a goal during the first half of the game between Barcelona and Belgian side Antwerp, giving the Blaugrana side a comfortable lead in their return to the Champions League. Joao Felix had opened up the scoring for the Catalan club, and Lewandowski's goal was followed up by an own goal to make things three-nil for Barcelona in what seemed like a walk in the park.

Back to Lewandowski, his goal ended a wait to join an elite list of goalscorers who have found the back of the net 100 times in European tournaments. Who were the previous players to reach that milestone?

It may not have been the most spectacular goal for the Polish footballer, but it is one that will forever live in his memory. Watch Lewandowski's historic goal here (Image might be geo-restricted).