Don’t compare me with Cristiano Ronaldo and Messi – Robert Lewandowski
Bayern Munich striker Robert Lewandowski has dismissed any ideas looking at himself and geniuses Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi notwithstanding his exceptional keep running of form.
The Poland international said: “They are different players, in distinctive positions. Cristiano plays obnoxiously on the left side, Messi halfway. I play in advance. Obviously I work back, participate in blends and don’t sit tight an hour and a half for the ball. I want to take an interest in the match. I am 27 and I need to be better each year, score more goals. My best time comes now. Ideally it will go ahead to the extent that this would be possible!”
The forward has been in the essentially amazing form before goal this year, indicating surprising ruthless impulses and clinical accuracy. In spite of the fact that he may dismiss the inescapable correlations, Lewandowski’s numbers stack up against the pair. In 2015, Messi and Ronaldo have indented 45 and 43 goals individually for club and nation, while Lewandowski at present sits only behind on 41 in three fewer appearances than the last and 11 less than the previous. At 27, Lewandowski is younger than both of them, however, obviously, even his great aggregate of 238 profession goals could not hope to compare with Ronaldo’s 502 and Messi’s 467.
In the same class as he’s been for the current year and all through his profession, the striker is maybe better compared and any semblance of Neymar, Sergio Aguero and Luis Suarez, who contain the little intrigue of advances promptly behind the two whizzes in the “best on the planet” stakes. By and by, the reality he can be specified at the same moment as Messi and Ronaldo without it appearing to be totally ludicrous is a demonstration of exactly how great he’s been. In spite of the fact that he neglected to locate the net against Werder Bremen on Saturday, his form hints at small subsiding, and with a lot of years left at the top, his goalscoring run searches set to proceed for the rest of 2015 and past.