Robert Lewandowski retirement: The Poland international is among the most talented strikers of his generation. He has been a key player for Poland since making his international debut in 2008.
The Warsaw-born striker has scored 78 goals in 138 appearances for his nation so far. He is Poland’s all-time top scorer and also won the Polish Footballer of the Year accolade a record 10 times.
Striker Robert Lewandowski has refused to confirm if he will announce his international retirement after Poland’s exit from the FIFA World Cup 2022.
The Eagles endured a 3-1 defeat in the round-of-16 game at Al Thumama Stadium on Sunday. Robert Lewandowski has registered two goals and one assist in four FIFA World Cup 2022 appearances.
What did Lewandowski say?
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Speaking to the media, Lewandowski said: “Physically I’m not afraid of this but we have so many different things outside of football, whether your happiness is still there and what’s going on around so it’s tough to say now.” From the sporting side, I’m not afraid but there are different things that all together can decide whether it will be the last one or not.”
Robert Lewandowski has refused to confirm if he will announce his international retirement. However, it is unlikely to see him playing in the next World Cup as he will turn 38 by the time the next edition of the tournament comes around in 2026. All eyes will be on Robert Lewandowski if he announces his international retirement in the coming weeks following Poland’s exit from the FIFA World Cup 2022.
Kylian Mbappe tried to convince Robert Lewandowski to join PSG last summer
According to Le Parisien(via Sportskeeda), PSG superstar Kylian Mbappe tried to convince Robert Lewandowski to join the Paris outfit last summer. Although, the Poland international was only interested in joining Barcelona.
Robert Lewandowski ended his association with Bayern Munich by joining Barcelona last summer. He played 375 games (in all competitions) during his time with the Bavarians, registering 344 goals and 72 assists.
The Poland international helped the German club win eight Bundesliga titles and one UEFA Champions League trophy, among other honours. Robert Lewandowski finished as the Bundesliga’s top goalscorer seven times and was also named VDV Bundesliga Player of the Season on five different occasions.
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The 34-year-old attacker has started his career at Camp on an excellent note as well. He has registered four assists and 13 goals in 14 La Liga appearances this season. Lewandowski also scored five goals in five UEFA Champions League appearances prior to Barcelona’s elimination from the competition.