Should Bayern Munich grab the trophy at the Club World Cup, it will be their sixth in the space of one year.
will finish “one of the biggest historical achievements” if they win the Club World Cup.
Having earned the Bundesliga, DFB-Pokal, and Champions League trophies late last season as well as the DFL-Supercup and European Super Cup at the beginning of this season, the Bavarian giants are trying so hard to finish a sextuple.
If they are successful, they will become the second team to have made such an achievement, with the first one being Pep Guardiola’sBarcelona
in the 2009-10 season.
The only other time Bayern won the Club World Cup was in 2013 when Guardiola was reigning.
Lewandowski thinks the victory would see the club a place in history that they very well deserve.
I think if we win this Club World Cup it would complete one of the biggest historical achievements in all of football,
” he said
We know we are so close, but we have to stay 100 per cent concentrated. It would be really special. Not just for Bayern or for Germany, but it would be one of the biggest historical achievements from all over the world.
“It will be really special for us, not only for me. It’s the best team in Europe playing against the best teams from other [continents]. It will be, for us, a new challenge. We want to win this title, for sure.”
After scoring 55 impressive goals during the season Bayern won three trophies, Lewandowski finished the same season by winning FIFA’s The Best Men’s Player award. At the age of 32, he is still at his prime, meeting the target 27 times in 26 games this season for his side.
It [winning the FIFA Best award] was amazing. But I know that what I won was because of what we won as a team. I hope we can continue winning titles,
" he added.
I’m trying to keep doing these things. For years I’ve been hearing that this is the best Lewandowski. It doesn’t matter how old I am. I can still get better
improve my skills
But I know that I’m feeling good. I try to be the best Lewandowski every season."