Robert Lewandowski runs again as Bayern Munich’s goal machine returns to light practice in snow conditions … but star striker WILL NOT be fit in time for crunch Champions League clash against PSG
- Robert Lewandowski pulled a ligament in his right knee while on international service
- The 32-year-old returned for his first light workout since the injury
- Bayern Munich missed Lewandowski against Paris Saint-Germain last Tuesday
- The Champions League holders had 31 shots but lost 3-2 to the French team
- Hansi Flick’s men then surprisingly drew 1-1 against Union Berlin when RB Leipzig won
Bayern Munich got a boost when top scorer Robert Lewandowski did some light running in an individual session – but he won’t be fit enough to face Paris Saint-Germain on Tuesday in the team’s pivotal quarter-final in the team’s quarter-final. .
The 32-year-old was injured late last month in a World Cup qualifier for Poland against Andorra, pulling a ligament in his right knee, and this is his first time training on the team’s training ground in Sabener Strasse. ever since, as fitness coach Simon Martinello put him to the test in the snow.
Lewandowski, who has scored 42 goals in 36 club games this season, will be out for about two more weeks, with his first option to return for Hansi Flick’s men will likely be against Bayer Leverkusen on April 20 or Mainz four days later. . according to STATUE
Robert Lewandowski is put to the test on his first day of back training for Bayern Munich
Lewandowski sprained a ligament in his right knee and will not play against Paris Saint-Germain
Lewandowski was injured late last month during a World Cup qualifier against Andorra
Bayern has certainly missed the presence of the Best FIFA Men’s Player of 2020 in recent games, as they had 31 shots against PSG’s six in the first leg – and managed to lose 3-2. The pivotal game at the Parc des Princes is on Tuesday, with Die Roten staring through the exit of a quarter-final at the side they defeated in last season’s final.
Flick’s side then lost an advantage over the weekend by drawing 1-1 with the Bundesliga surprise package Union Berlin.
Their lead on the top has now been reduced to five points, with RB Leipzig chasing them after beating Werder Bremen 4-1 on Saturday.
Eric-Maxim Choupo-Moting will take the lead again for Bayern on Tuesday, while Serge Gnabry remains in quarantine after a positive Covid-19 test.
Bayern had a whopping 31 shots against PSG’s six and still lost 3-2 in the first leg of their tie
The Bundesliga champions then drew 1-1 against Union Berlin, as their lead was reduced to five points
PSG quickly got into the first leg, with Kylian Mbappé and Marquinhos putting Mauricio Pochettino’s visitors at 2-0.
Choupo-Moting got one back and Thomas Muller then piloted a close-range header from Joshua Kimmich’s free kick to create a pulsating final 30 minutes.
Mbappé laughed last, though, dashing towards 16 before setting himself up and firing between Jerome Boateng’s legs in the bottom right corner of Manuel Neuer to give the Germany international no chance and put PSG in control ahead of the crucial second leg. this week.