The star forward, which has been as his life for both club and nation, was supplanted soon after the hour blemish on Sunday against Andorra

Robert Lewandowski wills Miss Poland’s impending Qatar 2022 World Cup qualifying Group I conflict with England after it was affirmed he had harmed tendons in his knee against Andorra on Sunday.

The Bayern Munich forward, who has been as his life for both club and nation, was supplanted during his country’s normal 3-0 success on Sunday soon after the hour mark, having stowed a support.

Paulo Sousa’s side will presently need to fight with a crunch conflict against Gareth Southgate’s Three Lions without their supernatural forward, while the degree of the 32-year-old’s physical issue may likewise keep him out of his club’s pair of imperative conflicts in the Bundesliga and Champions League over the course of the following eight days.

WHAT HAS BEEN SAID?

“ROBERT LEWANDOWSKI WON’T PLAY IN WEDNESDAY’S 2022 WORLD CUP QUALIFYING MATCH AGAINST ENGLAND IN LONDON BECAUSE OF A PHYSICAL ISSUE,”

An authority explanation presented on the Polish FA’s site read.

“Clinical tests have shown harm to the security tendon of the correct knee.

“The brief timeframe staying until the following match rejects the investment of the public group chief in this match. This would convey an excess of hazard of irritating the injury.

“This choice is the lone right one, remembering the impending Euro 2020 competition.

“TREATMENT OF THIS KIND OF INJURY GENERALLY KEEPS GOING FROM FIVE TO 10 DAYS. CONSEQUENTLY, ROBERT LEWANDOWSKI WILL GET BACK TO BAYERN MUNICH, WHERE HE WILL GO THROUGH ADDITIONAL RESTORATION.”

WHAT DOES ABSENCE MEAN FOR LEWANDOWSKI?

The lay-off implies the striker – a top pick to guarantee the Ballon d’Or subsequent to passing up a great opportunity a year ago when the honor was suspended because of the Covid-19 pandemic – watches set to pass on the three greatest rounds of the year so far for club and country.

Poland will face a more challenging challenge against England, who can open up a five-point advantage in Group I if victorious.

After the international break – a first-over-second confrontation in the Bundesligas with the title rivals RB Leipzig and a quarter-final re-decoration of the first leg of their Champions League finish, Lewandowski is likely to miss Bayern’s first game.

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