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Lewandowski equals Healy's scoring record

Poland striker Robert Lewandowski has equalled David Healy's scoring record in a UEFA European Championship qualifying campaign after claiming his 13th strike on Sunday.

Lewandowski equals Healy's scoring record
Lewandowski equals Healy's scoring record ©AFP/Getty Images

Poland striker Robert Lewandowski has equalled David Healy's scoring record for a single UEFA European Championship qualifying campaign.

Lewandowski struck his 13th goal of qualifying on Sunday with a brilliant header to put Poland 2-1 up against the Republic of Ireland in Warsaw, securing the victory that booked a finals place.

The Bayern München attacker is enjoying a sensational spell, registering 15 times in his last six games for club and country. That run started with five in ten minutes in a Bundesliga match against Wolfsburg on 22 September. In all Lewandowski has played 14 competitive games this season and scored 22 goals.

Healy's 13 goals came in qualifying for UEFA EURO 2008, a tournament Northern Ireland ultimately missed out on. However, his nation secured a debut place at next summer's finals on Thursday.

David Healy
David Healy©Getty Images

Most goals in a single UEFA EURO qualifying campaign
David Healy (Northern Ireland) 2008
Robert Lewandowski (Poland) 2016

Klaas-Jan Huntelaar (Netherlands) 2012
Davor Šuker (Croatia) 1996

Raúl González (Spain) 2000
Toni Polster (Austria) 1996
Ole Madsen (Denmark) 1964

Robbie Keane
Robbie Keane©Getty Images

Eduardo (Croatia) 2008
Hristo Stoichkov (Bulgaria) 1996
Darko Pancev (Yugoslavia) 1992

All-time top UEFA EURO qualifying scorers
Robbie Keane (Republic of Ireland) 23 - inc 3 in play-offs
Cristiano Ronaldo (Portugal) 20 - inc 2 in play-offs
Hakan Şükür (Turkey) 20 - inc 1 in play-offs
Jan Dahl Tomasson (Denmark) 19 - inc 3 in play-offs
Jan Koller (Czech Republic) 18
Raúl González (Spain) 18 - inc 2 in play-offs