Still injured and almost forfeited for the return match against Paris SG on Tuesday, the striker posted a photo of him in the middle of work by giving an appointment to his fans “soon”.
Will Robert Lewandowski be present for the second leg of the Champions League quarter-finals on Tuesday night against Paris SG? It is not at 99.9% but the Munich striker, who said Wednesday that the game at the Parc des Princes would arrive “too early” for him, revived speculation around his return date on the field with a short message on social networks. And the Bavarian supporters, who reacted in numbers by commenting on the publication, can start dreaming of an improbable express recovery and the presence of the player in Paris after the defeat in the first leg (2-3).
13 days between his injury and the return match at Parc des Princes
On his Instagram account, Lewandowski posted on Thursday a photo of him in the middle of work, without a ball, with this message: “See you soon”. Hit in the right knee (ligament stretch) during his last selection with Poland on March 30, the serial scorer (42 goals in 47 matches this season) must, according to his club, be away from the lawns about four weeks.
“We will not take any risk with him”
The magazine Kicker said on April 1 that the international would do everything to accelerate his recovery by relying on “his tenacity, his will and his professionalism” and with the hope of being able to participate in the return match of the Champions League in Paris. The race against the clock therefore continues even if, on the side of Bayern Munich, we remain extremely cautious. “We will not take any risk with him,” had signaled Hansi Flick not wishing to rush the rehabilitation of the most important player of the team and thus increase the possibility of a relapse.