Robert Lewandowski Hits Out Over Ballon d’Or 2020 Axing After Having His ‘Best Season’

Bayern  Munich Striker  Robert Lewandowski has hit out after missing out on the chance to win the Ballon d’Or.

Lewandowski  was heavy  favourite to land the prestigious prize after having his best season – scoring 61 goals to lead the German giants to the treble.

However, due to the global pandemic the forward has been denied the opportunity to take home the award after it was cancelled.

Lewandowski, 32, says: “Someone had to decide that this year there would be no Ballon d’Or.

“Maybe they decided too early because every trophy has been decided. So many players, coaches, journalists know that,for me ,it was the best season”We did what we did and it was spectacular. I’m glad everyone has seen it. These awards are something nice, amazing.

“But I also know that every personal trophy is for the team. The team without the striker finds it difficult to work but the striker without the team doesn’t work either.”

One trophy that didn’t elude the Poland international was the Champions League.

Lewandowski’s 15-goal contribution fired the German champions to the European final where they ran out1-0  victory over Paris Saint  Germain.

Speaking about it , he said: “To get our hands on it was something special.

However, due to the global pandemic the forward has been denied the opportunity to take home the award after it was cancelled.

Lewandowski, 32, told the: “Someone had to decide that this year there would be no Ballon d’Or.

“Maybe they decided too early because every trophy has been decided. So many players, coaches, journalists know that, for me ,it was the best  season” We did what we did and it was spectacular. I’m glad everyone has seen it. These awards are something nice, amazing.

“But I also know that every personal trophy is for the team. The team without the striker finds it difficult to work but the striker without the team doesn’t work either.”

One trophy that didn’t elude the Poland international was the Champions League.

Lewandowski’s 15-goal contribution fired the German champions to the European final where they ran out 1-0 victory over Paris Saint Germain.

Speaking about it , he said: “To get our hands on it was something special.

Frank
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Frank Fremer is a seasoned journalist, blogger and political analyst for over a decade in Uganda

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