Lewandowski is out of today’s England match and UCL quarterfinal against PSG, following Knee injury

Poland and Bayern Munich have been hit with terrible news today as Robert Lewandowski has been ruled out for around four weeks after suffering from sprained ligaments in his right knee.
He was earlier ruled out for 5-10 days due to the injury and was set to miss the World Cup Qualifier match against England at Wembley on Wednesday night but this has turned to be a bigger hit to the Polish team.
The Bayern Munich striker has been the linchpin of the German side and his nation this season.
ImageImageFor Poland, he has scored 3 goals in the ongoing World Cup Qualifiers whereas for Bayern Munich, he has found the back of the net 42 times in 36 appearances across all competitions this season.
Out of 42, 35 goals have come only in the Bundesliga as Bayern Munich sit pretty at the top of the table with 61 points from 26 games.
Lewandowski has also provided 8 assists in the season; 6 of which have come in the league.
It is a very critical time for Bayern as they now lose their leading man for both legs of the upcoming quarterfinal match up against Paris Saint-Germain in the UEFA Champions
League next month.
The Polish striker has scored 5 goals in 6 matches in the Champions League and will be a big miss given the brilliance he has shown this season for the Bavarians.
ImageRobert Lewandowski is within 5 goals of equaling Gerd Müller’s record of scoring 40 goals for Bayern Munich in the 1971/72 season and will look to return soon to do so.

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The 32-year-old Polish striker has scored 66 goals in 118 appearances for Poland coupled with the 288 goals for Bayern Munich. He has the second most number of goals for Bayern Munich behind Müller’s 523.
Lewandowski is the leading the race for most goals scored this season across the top 5 leagues of Europe and is front runner for the Ballon D’or award due to his consistent and outstanding performances.


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