How Robert Lewandoski Made A Replica Of Cristiano Ronaldo’s Goal Against Juventus In The UCL
Following Bayern Munich’s 2-1 win over Dynamo Kyiv in the UEFA Champions League yesterday, the Polish striker Robert Lewandoski became the first player to score in nine consecutive games for Bayern Munich in the UCL.
Bayern Munich is now unbeaten in their last five games in the UEFA Champions League this season and could end up as the top contenders for the title. The article states how Lewandowski made a replica of Cristiano Ronaldo’s 2018 bicycle-kick goal against Juventus in the UEFA Champions League yesterday.
Just like the way Cristiano Ronaldo received a loped ball from his Real Madrid teammate to score a bicycle-kick goal against Juventus in the UEFA Champions League, Robert Lewandoski scored an overhead kick goal after he received the ball which was mistakenly looped over by his opponent.
On both occasions (against Juventus and Dynamo Kyiv), Cristiano Ronaldo and Robert Lewandowski’s right hand was behind them, while they both stroked the ball with their right foot, sending it below the right corner of the goal. Although, Juventus’ goalkeeper didn’t attempt to stop Ronaldo’s ball from going the Dynamo Kyiv goalkeeper attempted to stop Robert Lewandowski’s ball from going in.
Both players played as an away team when both beautiful bicycle-kick goals were scored. Robert Lewandowski’s goal will probably enter into the book of records, as one of the best bicycle-kick goals scored in the UEFA Champions League just like Cristiano Ronaldo’s goal against Juventus.
Do you think the Polish star player will win his first-ever Ballon d’Or award this year?