Robert Lewandowski is now a two-time FIFA Best Men’s Player

Robert Lewandowski has been awarded the FIFA Best Men’s Player of the year.

The Bayern Munich striker, Robert scored 69 goals throughout all the competitions in the previous year. Robert also won the Bundesliga and DFL Supercup titles.

Poland and Bayern Munich striker, Robert jumped up, winning the Best Men’s Player surpassing Messi and Salah in the short-listed nominations. The fans were upset when Robert was not awarded the recent Ballon d’Or award, as Messi was crowned that award.

The stunning performance by Robert is continued as the star striker has already scored 34 goals in his 26 appearances.

Two-time winner Cristiano Ronaldo and Madrid’s Benzema were also nominated but both of them could not climb up to the shortlist of nominations.

The 33-year-old Polish striker, Robert Lewandowski expressed his sadness after not being able to win the Ballon d’Or and quoted that he felt really bad which cannot be denied. He also quoted how much respect he has for the legendary player Lionel Messi, but the fact that he was able to compete with him at this level was something remarkably considerable. Though, Robert might be extremely delighted after this big award, which he deserved after a stunning performance.

Robert also set a new record for the most Bundesliga goals in a calendar year. He scored his 43rd goal in December, surpassing the old record which was set by Gerd Muller in 1972. He also scored his 300th goal recently in Bundesliga and with this achievement of the Best Men’s Player, the super striker might eye on bigger objectives and continue this passionate form of his footballing career.

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