Robert Lewandowski can rejoice. While he will leave Borussia Dortmund next season, the Polish striker has stuck his imprint in club history and into its legend.
Already co-top scorer in the Bundesliga with 17 goals in 29 matches, Robert Lewandowski scored the second goal for his team during Tuesday’s victory against Wolfsburg (2-0) in the semifinals of the German Cup. It was actually his 100th achievement in the Yellow and Black jersey.
In short, after four days with the finalist of the Champions League 2013 seasons, the Polish center-forward scored 71 in Bundesliga, 10 in National Cup, 1 in Super Cup and 18 in European Cup.
Who to do like him? Perhaps Gabonese Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, who will enjoy more playing time after the departure of Polish scorer.
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