Bayern Munich footballer Robert Lewandoswki will be out for a month due to injury and will be absent from the Champions League quarter-final duel with Paris Saint-Germain, the German club revealed today.
In a statement, the Bavarian emblem explained that the 32-year-old forward suffered a “sprain in the ligament of his right knee” at the service of the Polish team, coached by Portuguese Paulo Sousa, and will be unavailable “for about four weeks”.
In addition to the clashes with PSG, scheduled for April 7 and 13, Lewandoswki, who has 42 goals in all competitions for Bayern Munich, will miss games with Leipzig, União Berlin, Wolfsburg, Bayer Leverkusen and Mainz, all counting for the German championship.
On Monday, the holder of the FIFA best player award in 2020 was released from the Poland team, which faces England in London on Wednesday, in the qualifying phase for the World Cup2022, but at that time the federation Poland advanced that the Lewandoswki stop should only last between five to 10 days.
The striker was injured in the service of the team led by Paulo Sousa in the duel against Andorra (3-0), in an equally qualifying match for the next World Championship, having signed two goals before being replaced.