Robert Lewandowski still hopes that the 2020 Ballon d’ Or will Return

Lewandowski’s 10th battle(season) in Germany is his best record so far, because he became the first player in history to score the highest goals in each competition while also winning treble for Bayern Munich: Bundesliga 34 goals in the league, 6 DFB Cup, 15 goals in the Champions League.

Robert Lewandowski would undoubtedly win any World Footballer of the Year award in 2019-20. France Football decided not to give the 2020 Ballon d’Or award due to corona-virus disrupted many footballing seasons. Indeed, after Bayern completed their first intercontinental treble since 2013, the Polish captain became the top scorer in the Bundesliga (34 goals), DFB Cup (6), and Champions League (15).

According to the 90min website, Bayern Munich’s triple crown champion Poland superstar Robert Lewandowski admits that he still “hopes” that the Ballon d’ Or will return this year. Although five years have passed since the peak of a professional football player, the Poland international is confident that he can maintain his impressive level in his 30s.

He told to 90min: “The situation is the same for everyone. During the break of the corona pandemic, we did hard work to prepare for the second half of the season. If you see what we did throughout the season and what I have done, I must say this is an amazing season.”

Robert Lewandowski would have become the winner Ballon d’ Or 2020

Bayern Munich superstar was ranked fourth in the 2015 Ballon d’Or ranking-continuing to praise the award as a “dream”. He thanked those who supported him this year and hinted at his own point of view and award should be restored in 2020. Lewandowski “Winning the Ballon d’Or is the dream of every player. I know everything we do, everything I do.”

Since coming to Borussia Dortmund from Lech Poznan in the summer of 2010, he has never missed more than 4 Bundesliga matches in 34 league games. So, it is fair to assume Lewandowski will remain Bayern’s main source of goals for the foreseeable future.

Lewandowski left Dortmund for Bayern in July 2014 as a free transfer. He is the leading non-German striker in Bundesliga history, scoring 236 goals in 321 games. Lewandowski would have become the first Bundesliga player to win the Ballon d’ Or award. But due to the interference caused by the coronavirus pandemic, the 2020 Ballon d’ Or was canceled.

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