The Polish star believes that he has performed very well in recent years.
Robert Lewandowski, the Polish star ofBayern Munich
and the man of the year of world football, has given an interesting interview to France Football.
A few days ago, the FIFA World Player of the Year ceremony was held and, as expected, Robert Lewandowski, who won the Bundesliga, the Champions League and the German Cup last season with Bayern Munich, was named World Player of the Year; The award that the Polish striker won above superstars such as Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo.
France Football decided not to award the Ballon d'Or this year due to the Corona virus, and Lewandowski has repeatedly expressed his displeasure over this. Now the Polish star had an interesting reaction to winning the title of the best Baizaken in the world.
“Messi and Ronaldo have been sitting at the same table, at the top, for a very long time, and that's what makes them incomparable,”
Lewandowski told France Football
. “So to answer your question, I can't imagine myself next to them in this point of view.
“That said, if you take the numbers for this year and even previous ones, I think I'm pretty good in terms of performance and goals scored.
“Failing to be at the same table as Messi and Ronaldo, I think I can invite them to eat at mine!”
“I have a desire to progress and that's even more important because I know that my time is limited,”
“Obviously, progress is not instantaneous.
“When you repeat something every day, you can only measure its effect three or six months later, not the next day. The problem is, a lot of people want what you do in invisible work to be seen immediately.
“Patience is an important virtue, in football as in life.”