Robert Lewandowski will not remember the Tuesday meeting with Chelsea very well. The Polish representative in the Champions League knockout meeting suffered a knee injury. According to the official Bayern website, Lewandowski will pause for four weeks after suffering a knee injury.
The first clash of Bayern Munich on Stamford Bridge was not to be this way. The German champion won but the match played in London brought a serious weakening in the form of Robert Lewandowski’s injury. The Polish representative in Tuesday’s meeting with Chelsea became one of the heroes of his team. On Poland’s account, there was a goal and two assists, contributing to the victory of his team.
And that should end there. Goal by goal, assist by assistants but no one will give health. According to the official website of the Bavarian team – the injury suffered during the clash with Chelsea turned out to be more dangerous than initially thought.
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The official statement of the club reads that the Pole suffered a knee injury which will exclude him from the game for about four weeks. From the club’s point of view – he will proceed to a rematch from Chelsea without a top player. From Lewandowski’s point of view – Gerd Muller’s record is far away.
OFFICIAL: Robert Lewandowski has been ruled out for four weeks after suffering a knee injury against Chelsea. pic.twitter.com/lQMhZFsMLd
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Lewandowski played 23 matches for Bayern in the ongoing Bundesliga season. He scored 25 goals in them – probably leading in the shooter’s classification. In addition, he has scored eleven hits in the Champions League. Bayern defeated Chelsea 3- 0 in the first leg of the 16th final.