On the flank due to a knee injury, can Robert Lewandowski be restored for the return match against PSG? The supporters dare to believe it …
The absence of Robert lewandowski was particularly noted, Wednesday, facing the PSG. Because if the Bayern Munich bowed, in the first round of his Champions League quarter-final, it was mainly due to the awkwardness of the Bavarian strikers. An awkwardness which nevertheless owes a lot to the sparkling performance of Keylor Navas in the Parisian goal. ” We deserved to win. We lacked efficiency, we lacked realism “ , thus regretted Benjamin Pavard at the microphone of RMC Sport.
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If Eric Choupo-Moting, who replaced him at the forefront of the Munich attack, was not unworthy, the face of the meeting would undoubtedly have been quite different with the Polish striker on the lawn. Author of 47 goals in 42 matches since the start of the season, the former Borussia player does not need 31 shots to score two goals, the ratio of Hans-Dieter Flick’s men against PSG.
See you soon
The absence of the native of Tichy was therefore bitterly regretted among the Munich supporters at the end of the meeting. And all it took was a photo posted by Robert Lewandowski on Thursday on Instagram for hope to return to the Bavarian ranks. A cliché where the Pole appears in the middle of a rehabilitation session, his knee barred with a bandage. But even more than the photo, it’s the legend that sparks hope among Bayern supporters. ” See you soon “, he wrote.
It did not take more than some to believe in an express return. And all the more so as to believe the German press, Robert Lewandowski had hinted that he would do everything to make lie the forecasts of the medical staff and be restored for the return match. A prospect nevertheless undermined by the person concerned, Wednesday, before the match. “No, no, it’s too early. When I feel good, when I am sure, I will come back », he told Sky Germany. Insufficient to bring to the dreams of some supporters.
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