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‘Path is shorter from Barcelona…’: Robert Lewandowski takes brutal ‘Ballon d’Or’ dig at Bayern Munich

Rubbing salt into the wound of Bundesliga followers and taking a sly dig at his former membership, purpose machine Robert Lewandowski feels that the street to particular person success is considerably ‘shorter’ from Barcelona than Bayern Munich. Lewandowski, who lately switched loyalties by leaving Bayern for Barca, has give you an outrageous Ballon d’Or declare.

Barcelona’s newest high-profile signing is satisfied that he has boosted his probabilities of profitable the Ballon d’Or by merely arriving on the Camp Nou in the summertime switch window. One of the best strikers of his era, Lewandowski has change into an prompt fan favorite ever because the Poland worldwide made his debut at Camp Nou this season.

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The former Bayern Munich striker has netted 11 targets for the Catalan giants in 8 matches throughout all competitions. The 34-year-old accomplished a €50 million (£42m/$51m) switch in the summertime switch window after expressing his want to depart Bayern Munich final season. Speaking at a press convention throughout the worldwide break, Lewandowski opened up about profitable his maiden Ballon d’Or at FC Barcelona.

Focusing on the larger image, Lewandowski identified that Barca has produced extra Ballon d’Or winners than another membership within the trendy period. Lewandowski ended up claiming that the Ballon d’Or journey is far shorter from Barcelona than his earlier membership.

“I know that Barcelona are a team where the most players have won it. I think the path is shorter from Barcelona than from Bayern [Munich],” Lewandowski was quoted as saying by Marca. Former Barcelona captain Lionel Messi defeated Lewandowski to win his record-extending Ballon d’Or trophy in 2021.

Lewandowski is among the many 30 finalists for the Ballon d’Or 2022 award. Talking extra about his sensational transfer to Barcelona from Bayern, the star ahead of the Polish nationwide workforce mentioned that he appears like a baby with new toys on the Camp Nou.

“It’s like having new toys and playing with them. From my first days in Barcelona I felt I was in the right place at the right time. I feel very comfortable, not only because of the club, but also because of the atmosphere,” Lewandowski mentioned.

“My teammates, staff… everyone treats me well. Everything makes me feel very privileged. To always have the opportunity to be at clubs like this is an added value not only for the coming months and years, but for the rest of my life,” he added.



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