Internally, FC Bayern Munich has a 50:50 chance of Robert Lewandowski playing in the top Bundesliga game against RB Leipzig next weekend. The report Sports picture and picture on Monday evening. An investigation on Tuesday in Munich should bring clarity.
Lewandowski sustained a ligament injury in his knee in the Polish national team’s World Cup qualifier against Andorra (3-0) on Sunday evening and had to be replaced after a good hour limping.
“My heart just stopped. Let’s hope that not much has happened,” said RTL-Expert Uli Hoeneß at the first view of the pictures and informed himself immediately by phone about the health of the Munich star striker. “The first forecasts do not look so bad,” said the FCB honorary president in this regard.
A message that the Polish Football Association backed up in a statement on Monday. Accordingly, a treatment time of five to ten days can be expected. Zbigniew Boniek, the President of the Polish Association, gave the all-clear on Monday afternoon via Twitter. One should “not panic”. “Everything will be fine” in six days at the latest.
A failure in the quarter-final first leg in the Champions League against Paris Saint-Germain on April 7th seems unlikely at first. If Lewandowski, who is currently chasing Gerd Müller’s age-old record of 40 goals this season (1971/72) with his 35 goals after 26 match days, fails against Leipzig on Saturday, Serge Gnabry could move into the center of the storm as the wrong nine for the 32-year-old.
Lewandwoski failure an advantage for RB Leipzig?
A Lewandowski failure is not necessarily an advantage for RB Leipzig, said RB sports director Markus Krösche picture: “Basically, you don’t want anyone to be injured. It’s true that we concentrate on ourselves. But Bayern will get a strong team on the pitch even without Lewandowski.”