The legendary Polish professional footballer known for being a striker in the Bundesliga club Bayern Munich, as well as the captain of the Poland national team is not giving up. The player is world-renowned for this technique and regarded as one of the best players in the world, as well as one of the best strikers in Bundesliga history.
Feeling Better Than Ever
Luckily for his teams, it may stay that way, and unfortunately for his opponents, the end is not in sight. Lewandowski has stated that he could be playing until he’s 40 years old. He’s now 23 years old. The player even said “I don’t feel like I’m 32. I feel better than when I was 26. I’ve worked very specifically in recent years to reach my optimal level.” Wit 55 goals to his name in 2019-20, the Polish player has no interest in slowing down.
So Many Goals
The Bayern striker scored 55 goals in 2019-20 to fire the Bundesliga giants to the treble, taking the Champions League for the first time in his career. While his contract with Bayern ends in 2023, it could definitely be extended. He said: “Ending my career at Bayern is an option, of course, but I still have so many years to go. Let’s hope he’s right. His incredible campaign aside, Lewandowski was saddened to miss out on the European Golden Shoe, scoring 34 times in 31 Bundesliga games as winner Ciro Immobile netted 36 in 37 for Lazio in Serie A. Let’s hope this tremendous soccer player keeps his word.