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The striker from Poland stands out for his goalscoring abilities. Inside the box he has all the tools to make him a difficult striker to read as he can find the net with his head and both feet with equal precision.
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His technical qualities also mean that he can link up well outside the box also. Lewandowski will bring goals, experience and know-how to the Barça attack.
After eight years with Bayern Munich, the striker joined Barça in the summer of 2022. Lewandowski is amongst the top five leading goalscorers in Champions League history and second on the list for the Bundesliga.
Born on 21 August in the Polish capital of Warsaw, Lewandowski started his career at Legia Warsaw, his professional career began in the youth teams at 2006 at Znicz Pruszków where he was top scorer on two separate occasions.
A move followed to Polish first division side Lech Poznan where he was top scorer in the league in 2009/10. The summer of 2010 brought a move to Bundesliga club Borussia Dortmund where he won the German league title twice and collected a runners-up medal when Jurgen Klopp’s side lost in the final of the Champions League against Bayern Munich.
Lewandowski’s next move was to none other than Bayern Munich where he becoming a vital part of the all-conquering Bavarian side. In 2020 with Bayern the Polish striker won all there is to win; the Bundesliga title, the German cup and Super Cup and the Champions League in which he was top scorer with 15 goals.
The striker’s consistent goalscoring led him to be named as ‘The Best’ on two occasions, picking up the award in 2020 and 2021. In 2022 he won the inaugural Gerd Müller award from magazine France Football for scoring the most goals for club and country with Bayern and Poland over the 2021/22 with 57 goals in 56 matches.
After making his debut back in 2008, Lewandowski is the all time leading scorer for the Polish national team with ahead of second placed Włodzimierz Lubanski. In the World Cup in Qatar 2022 Lewandowski scored his first ever goal in the tournament as he helped Poland out of the group stage before defeat against France in the last 16 put an end to the tournament.