Polish forward says the decision not to hold the Ballon d'Or this year was a hasty one. Lewa feels that this decision was an injustice against him.
Bayern Munich's Polish star Robert Lewandowski, who admits he is having one of the best years of his career this year, says he is saddened by the decision not to hold the Ballon d'Or this year. Lewa considers this decision hasty and says that all other prizes will be awarded this year except the Ballon d'Or.
Lewandowski certainly thinks he would have had a better chance of winning this grand prize if the Ballon d'Or had been awarded this year. He admits that the 2019-2020 season was the best season of his football career. He was named UEFA Player of the Year and is the favorite to win the FIFA Player of the Year award.
The Bayern star told the
“Someone had to decide that this year there would be no Ballon d'Or.
“Maybe they decided too early because every [other] trophy has been decided. So many players, coaches, journalists know that, for me, it was the best season.
“We did what we did and it was spectacular. I'm glad everyone has seen it. These awards are something nice, amazing.
“But I also know that every personal trophy is for the team. The team without the striker finds it difficult to work but the striker without the team doesn't work either.”
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