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The European Golden Boot was presented to Lewandowski at an event held by the organizers of the German League, Tuesday (21/9/2021) night WIB. The Polish player was wearing a black suit that made him look very dashing.
After receiving the European Golden Shoe, Lewandowski expressed his feelings. He admitted that he did not expect to be the top scorer in the Blue Continent last season because he had suffered an injury.
“I’m very proud and I’m happy to have scored 41 goals last season. I never imagined I could score that many goals because I was injured,” said Lewandowski in the event broadcast on the German League Youtube channel.
Lewandowski scored 41 goals last season in just 29 Bundesliga appearances and is Europe’s top scorer. He beat Lionel Messi who is ranked second with 30 goals which became the top scorer of the Spanish League.
In third place, there is the name of Cristiano Ronaldo who has collected 29 goals with Juventus who is also the top scorer in the domestic league. Followed by the sharpest striker in the French League, Kylian Mbappe who scored 27 goals.
With these results, Lewandowski continues to prove himself as one of the best strikers in the world. In fact, this season he has listed his name on the scoreboard seven times from five appearances in the German League.
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During his time at Bayern, Lewandowski has scored 210 goals in 224 appearances in the German League. While in the Champions League, he scored 58 goals from 69 matches with Die Roten – Bayern’s nickname.