It’s a DONE DEAL as Barcelona signs Robert Lewandowski from Bayern Munich. ✍🏻🔴🔵
Robert Lewandowski’s arrival at Barça sees him as the first Polish player to join the men’s football team.
Lewandowski was born on 21 August 1988 in Warsaw, the capital of Poland. So far, he has scored 616 goals in 877 matches for club and country.
Lewandowski is the all-time leading scorer for the Polish national team with 76 goals, well ahead of second-placed Włodzimierz Lubanski who has 45.
Robert Lewandowski’s achievement at FC Bayern was ridiculous, can he achieve the same at FC Barcelona? 375 games, 344 goals and 54 assists. 2x The Best FIFA Men’s Player, 2x European Golden Shoe and 1x Ballon d’Or Striker of the Year.
No player in the German Bundesliga history has won more Torjägerkanone (top-scorer awards) than Robert Lewandowski:
◉ 15/16 – 30 goals
◉ 17/18 – 29 goals
◉ 18/19 – 22 goals
◉ 19/20 – 34 goals
◉ 20/21 – 41 goals
◉ 21/22 – 35 goals
Lewandowski has four entries in the Guinness Book of World Records:
Playing for Bayern Munich, he came off the bench to score five goals in nine minutes in a game against Wolfsburg, the most ever scored by a substitute.
He also set the record for the quickest hat-trick, four-goal and five-goal haul.
Lewandowski already has a lengthy list of honours to his name:
He was League, Cup and Super Cup champion in Poland with Lech Poznan
In Germany, he has won the German Cup four times, once with Borussia Dortmund and three times with Bayern Munich.
He has won the Bundesliga on 10 occasions, (two Borrusia, eight Bayern)
He has also won the Champions League, the UEFA Super Cup and the FIFA World Club Cup with the Bavarian club.
On an individual level Lewandoski has won:
2x The Best FIFA Men’s Player
2x European Golden Shoe
1x Ballon d’Or Striker of the Year.