Bayern Munich’s striker will miss his team’s Nations League match against Portugal on Tuesday as he leaves Poland camp with a minor knee injury.
The international break has come to an early conclusion for Bayern Munich’s striker and Poland captain, Robert Lewandowski. The Polish federation stated on Sunday that Lewandowski had left the team’s quarters on account of a knee injury. According to the team, Lewandowski has a “knee injury that he has been struggling with already for several days.”
Poland, which like Germany has already been relegated in the Nations League, will similarly be playing for its starting position in the Euro 2020 qualifiers. Portugal already secured its Nations League group victory with a goalless draw against Italy, in which Bayern’s Renato Sanches does not appear.
There is, however, a silver lining for Bayern Munich. Lewandowski’s injury supposedly requires him to miss only a few days of practice. The Polish team doctor stated that “the 30-year old will be completely fit again after about seven days” after undergoing treatment. That means he should be available for Bayern’s next Bundesliga fixture after the international break, a home game against 17-place Fortuna Düsseldorf.
The polish professional who plays as a striker for Bayern Munich as well as Poland’s team captain is very important for Bayern Munich as the striker also known as Mr. Flexible knows the vital importance of preserving his energy for the key moments and is comfortable shooting with either foot which makes him the top striker in the world of football. According to the news, he has not been hurt much so the Bundesliga won’t face much loss.