Robert Lewandowski has a strong believe that he is about to enter in the prime club. As the Bayern Munich striker has attempted to return to the polish football club with 1970s glory day.
Poland opens their campaign in Russia against Senegal in Moscow on Tuesday, with Robert Lewandowski
Is all set to make his mark on the grandest stage. The qualifying woes have stepped to overcome in both 2010 and 2014.
However far from thinking that the world cup has been passed by former Borussia Dortmund player. Who has been about to turn 30 in August. It him feel that tournament has come along with perfect timing.
“ I am having a plan to play in the top squad atleast till the age of 35 years” he has told to the guardian
“ I feel that it’s the best time period of me to start as the main striker. I am a mature player with lot of experience “
If I an healthy, I will play in Europe as long as possible and then move on. We will See”
Being based in the city of Munich places Lewandowski in the city where polish football enjoyment its finest moment. He is having a gold medal at the 1972 Olympics which has been followed by the third place by finishing at the 1974 world cup.
“Times have changed, though, and from that perspective, seven goals is very hard to beat. It is harder near the penalty box now.
“To score five or six goals at such a tournament is a huge task. Two years ago, at Euro 2016, I only had two or three good chances and scored one of them.
“Defenders give special attention to me and that can obviously happen again in Russia. If that is the case, I just want our team to benefit from it.
“History is history and it is nice to look back and remember, but we want to be remembered and write our own history. We will fight for beautiful memories.”