Lewandowski continues his brilliance without interruption, starting from last season, which witnessed an unprecedented glow for the Polish player, and led his team to win the league and the local Super Cup andChampions League The Continental Super and the Club World Cup.
beside that; He won the title of top scorer The Bundesliga And the European Leagues with 41 goals, snatching the Golden Boot, in addition to the “Champions” scorer with 12 goals, to receive a severe blow by canceling the “Golden Ball” award due to the outbreak of the Corona virus.
It is clear that winning the “THE BEST” award last season of The International Federation of Football “FIFA” did not constitute a full compensation for him, as Lewandowski continued his brilliant journey and continued to lead his team to victories with fierceness.
Bayern Munich is at the top of the German League this season, with the Polish top scorer with 14 goals, and it is moving forward towards achieving the European Champions League title by achieving the full mark and ascending the top scorer in the championship with 9 goals.
His numbers prove his worth
“Lefa is the most deserving of the award for the best striker created in the Balloon d’Or, as it is the highest player to score goals in 2021 with 64 goals, while the closest player to him, Erling Haaland, comes with 44 goals,” thus began the sports critic concerned with global affairs, Hossam Mustafa, who spoke about the victory of Lewandowski with the award.
He added, in statements to “Sky News Arabia”: “Although Lewandowski did not win any championship with his weak country, but mostly the player gets individual titles such as the Golden Boot, and his numbers are still stable with Bayern Munich and is one of the main pillars in the formation of Julian Nagelsmann”.
And sports critic Nader Shabana added that Lewandowski made a historic season with Bayern Munich, and had it not been for his injury in the most important stations of the elapsed version of the Champions League, he would have led his team to win the Champions League for the second time in a row.
He continued, in statements to “Sky News Arabia”: “The presence of Lewandowski is a very positive thing for the team, and always makes the difference, whether with former coach Hans Flick or the current Julian Nagelsmann, everyone builds his plan on the super striker.”
Shabana added, speaking about his numbers as a striker: “Besides breaking a number, Gerd Muller As he became the historical top scorer for Bavarian, Lewandowski started the Champions League competitions in 2011, yet he is close to the numbers of Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi, which indicates that if he had gone with them, he would have now become a fierce competitor for them in their great numbers.
And he concluded: “At the level of national teams, Lewandowski does not have a strong team like Portugal, Argentina, Belgium, Italy or Germany, yet he maintains his country’s tally and the competitors count for him just because Lewandowski is present, and despite his presence in a difficult group in the last -Euro-Championship, but he He succeeded in making his mark and scoring 3 goals in three matches.
A super-scorer with the image of Robert Lewandowski It is natural that his career will be unusual, after his former club decided Legia Warsaw The Polish was dispensed with in 2005 due to his poor physical composition, very short and skinny at the age of seventeen. He returned years later to be nicknamed “the body” in his German club, Borussia Dortmund.
Perhaps this incident is the reason why he is one of the most famous players interested in healthy nutrition and fitness in the world, as his former coach Pep Guardiola said of him: “He is the most professional player I have ever met, thinking about the right food, sleep and training 24 hours a day, he did not hurt Because he’s focused on these things.”
Among his unfamiliar stations is his change of compass from professionalism in Premier League To the German, due to a cloud of volcanic ash in Poland, as Lewandowski was on the cusp of leaving from Poland’s Lech Jozenan in 2010, to England’s Blackburn Rovers.
After a fierce competition between Blackburn and Germany’s Borussia Dortmund for the eye-catching Lewandowski at the time, England coach Sam Allardyce managed to convince the player, and before his trip to sign contracts, the natural phenomenon prevented that, so that the yellow team officials seized the opportunity and settled the deal in his favour.