Robert Lewandowski was in bed with all the titles and awards he won in 2020, hours before the new year to announce what his fans should expect from him in 2021.
The 32-year-old Polish striker had a glorious 2020. He won virtually everything in club football and consistently remained one of the names on the lips of football fans and pundits across the world.
Despite such a glorious year, Robert Lewandowski said his version has been upgraded for 2021 which means that his fans could see more goals, assists, and honors from him.
Recall that in the 2019-2020 season, the Polish striker was so phenomena that he scored 55 goals in 47 appearances in all competitions for Bayern Munich. This performance set him up for the most prestigious football award, Ballon d’Or.
Unfortunately for Robert Lewandowski and his fans who were rooting for him to win the award ahead of the perennial winners of the award, Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo, the 2020 edition of the award was canceled due to the coronavirus pandemic.
When the award was canceled, most fans of the Bayern Munich’s talisman argued that the Poland international was robbed of the award because he outperformed most of the football stars that would have contended with him for the honor.
The disappointment of not winning the Ballon d’Or did not stop him from leading Bayern Munich to win the German Bundesliga, making it the 6 successive seasons he has won the title with Bayern.
He didn’t stop there, he guided Bayern Munich to conquer Europe for the first time since 2013 by winning the prestigious UEFA Champions League title. He went on to help Bayern win the 2020 DFB-Pokal, DFL-Supercup, and UEFA Super Cup.
This means that before the year 2020 ended, Robert Lewandowski had helped Bayern Munich to win 5 club titles. The interesting part of all the major titles the Polish striker helped Bayern to win – Champions League, Bundesliga, and DFB-Pokal, he won the top scorer award for the competitions.
His magnificent performance in 2020 earned him all the accolades available in the world of football. That is, Lewandowski was declared the winner of all the major football awards that were organized in 2020.
Some of the major individual football awards Lewandowski won in 2020 include The Best FIFA Men’s Player, UEFA Men’s Player of the Year, World Soccer Player of the Year, Globe Soccer Best Player of the Year, UEFA Champions League Forward of the Season, Bundesliga Player of the Season, and many others.
Robert Lewandowski is a practicing Catholic, hence, he participated fully in the 2020 Christmas and the cross-over celebration.
He took out time to take a sweet-looking picture with his wife Anna, and his two daughters, Klara (born 4 May 2017) and Laura (born 6 May 2020), and share it with his followers to celebrate the yuletide season. He described his daughters as his greatest trophies and his wife his best support.