Football’s most intelligent player speaks: Robert Lewandowski “must” win the Ballon d’Or

Less than 48 hours from now, France Football will award the Ballon d’Or to the player it believes is the best in the world this year. There are a number of nominees eligible for the award, but the clear firsts are Bayern Munich striker Robert Lewandowski and Paris Saint-Germain player Lionel Messi. There has been some controversy in the media about who deserves to win the award, but the answer is very simple for Thomas Muller.

Speaking to the media after his team’s 1-0 win over Armenia Bielefeld, Bayern’s Romdeuter made his views clear:

Muller obviously has a front row seat to watch Lewandowski play every week, so he knows exactly how good he is. And of course, before you accuse him of bias, remember that Mueller is well aware of how good Messi is too. Bayern 7-0 Barcelona, ​​Germany 1-0 Argentina, Bayern 8-2 Barcelona – There is a long history between the German and the Argentine, so you know he knows very well what kind of competition Lewandowski has.

Of course, Muller isn’t the only notable player who says Lewandowski should win it. Even a lot of previous Ballon d’Or winners have said they support him for the award, including Luis Suarez (no, not that). Messi, admittedly, won the America’s Cup this year, but Lewandowski won the Bundesliga title and was Europe’s top scorer, while also breaking the legendary Gerd Muller record with 40 goals.

Mueller makes the same point in his interview:

This guy does not miss.

Frankly, after the shameful way France Football scrapped the award last year, they have to make things right by awarding the award to Lewandowski this year. In fact, it deserves two Ballon d’Ors, but we’ll settle for one. The Poland international has been the best soccer player in the world for the past two seasons, and he deserves recognition for his accomplishments.

However, football is a tough sport, and often these prizes are popular competitions. Will the right man win the Ballon d’Or on Monday? We have to wait and see.

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