For one team they are terrible ailments, for the other they were good. It is that what was speculated was confirmed: Bayern Munich reported this Tuesday that the injury suffered by the striker Robert Lewandowski with the Polish national team will finally demand a month of recovery and he will miss the quarterfinal series of the Champions League of Europe against Paris Saint Germain.
The medical report released by the German club indicates that Lewandowski suffered "a stretch in the ligaments of the right knee" and that he will be out for "about four weeks." For this reason, he will not even dispute the rematch of the Champions League crossing against the French.
The striker was injured after scoring two goals for the Polish team in the victory over Andorra (3-0) in the European qualifiers and in the first diagnosis he referred to a recovery time of ten days. Lewandowski was unaffected from Wednesday's game against England at Wembley and returned to Munich where he again underwent studies that confirmed the severity of the injury.
The winner of the FIFA The Best 2020 award has 42 goals in 36 games with Bundesliga leaders Bayern Munich, who will visit Leipzig on Saturday, shooting four points, and on Wednesday 7 will host the Parisian team. The rematch will be played in France on April 13 and the 32-year-old forward could only reappear in an eventual semi-final.