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Robert Lewandowski riffs on going for a 10th Bundesliga title

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Robert Lewandowski riffs on going for a 10th Bundesliga title

Robert Lewandowski riffs on going for a 10th Bundesliga title with Bayern Munich. With their 1-0 win over Eintracht Frankfurt and Borussia Dortmund’s 1-1 draw with FC Augsburg over the weekend, Bayern Munich has opened up an eight point cushion at the top point of the Bundesliga table after 24 matches played. Expectedly, Robert Lewandowski as of now best the pursuit for the lofty Torjagerkanone, having as of now viewed as the rear of the net multiple times in the association this season. Across all contests, he’s counted an aggregate of 39 goals from a sum of 33 appearances across all rivalries and gives no indications of dialing back any time soon.

Robert Lewandowski riffs on going for a 10th Bundesliga title

Lewandowski is the topic of conversation at Bayern with his present agreement set to lapse the following summer, as it’s indistinct when, precisely, the club will start dealings for another agreement for their star man. Nonetheless, Lewandowski himself isn’t excessively stressed over that right now, as he’s essentially centered around winning the Bundesliga and Champions League with Bayern this season. He talked with regards to those desires in a new video interview with Telefoot (through Sport.PL).

“Bringing home a 10th association championship in 10 years is a notable thing. Later on, individuals will say, ‘Goodness. Who was that gathering? Who was in it?’ We get an opportunity to be the principal group to do this in the Bundesliga,” Lewandowski said of Bayern being near getting their 10th successive Bundesliga title. The difficult time that Bayern as of late proceeded with the VfL Bochum misfortune, draw with RB Salzburg (Champions League), and unfortunate first half against SpVgg Greuther Fürth appear to be a relic of days gone by regardless of Julian Nagelsmann taking a few analysis for his staff choices and use of the back three framework.

At the 2021 Ballon d’Or service, Lewandowski dubiously missed out to Paris Saint-Germain and Argentina’s Lionel Messi, however he got the “striker of the year” grant, which was apparently designed as a way to not totally add insult to the injury of not winning the Ballon d’Or itself. While he could in any case feel hard done by after a record-breaking 2020/21 season, Lewandowski unassumingly said that he’s simply regarded to have been positioned behind Messi. “The way that I was assembled with Lionel Messi shows how great the season was. Whenever you finish second behind Messi, you can call yourself a victor,” he clarified.

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