Bayern Munich, the defending champion, announced today that its Polish international scorer Robert Lewandowski will miss the two upcoming matches against French runner-up Paris Saint-Germain in the Champions League quarter-finals due to a knee injury that will keep him away from the stadiums a month.
Bayern Munich issued a statement saying, “Lewandowski sprained his right knee, which would keep him out of action for about four weeks.” The news is shocking for Bayern. Lewandowski injured his right knee during Poland’s match against San Marino on Sunday in the World Cup 2022 qualifiers, after he scored two goals, but did not complete it, and left in the 63rd minute.
The Polish Federation indicated in a statement Monday that Lewandowski could be absent for a period of 5 to 10 days, but it seems that the tests he underwent after his return to Germany revealed that the period of absence will be longer. The Bavarian team will host St. Germain in Munich on April 7 and will be its guest in the French capital on April 13th. The Polish scorer will also miss the summit meeting against Leipzig next Saturday in the local league.
Lewandowski is playing his best season in the ranks of Bayern Munich, where he scored 35 goals in the league so far and is five goals away from the absolute record in terms of the number of goals in the Bundesliga in one season and registered in the name of a Bayern Munich legend also Gerd Muller with 40 goals in the 1971-1972 season. .
Rukma Pat Lewandowski is the best player in the world for 2020, the second-highest goalscorer in the history of the German League with 271 goals in 346 games, surpassing former star Schalke Fischer, Colin and Bochum with 268 goals, and behind former Bayern Munich star “Defender” Muller with 365 goals 427 games. Lewandowski scored 4 goals in the Champions League competition this season.
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