IT WOULD HAVE BEEN FAIR: Trent Alexander-Arnold identified the footballer who was destined to win the 2020 Ballon d’Or

Trent Alexander-Arnold, the most supportive defender in English football, accepted that he is one of those who believes that, because of what he did individually and because of what he achieved collectively with Bayern Munich, Robert Lewandowski was destined to win the 2020 Ballon d’Or.

Even though France Football confirmed for several months that this year the Ballon d’Or will not be awarded, the Liverpool footballer acknowledged that the captain of the Polish National Team did what was necessary to win the highest individual award in the world of football.

“It was probably a bit unfair to see the Ballon d’Or canceled this year because his name (Lewandowski) was destined to win it, and fairly,” the canterano pointed out red, who was recognized as the best young player in English football in the 2019/20 campaign.

Mind you, Trent made it clear that the legacy that Lewandowski is building goes beyond an award: “I’m sure he will be somewhat disappointed because not many players of this era can say that they won (the Ballon d’Or), but he also knows what he has achieved and won many trophies this year. He’s an incredible player and getting those numbers at his age is impressive. This shows that footballers are taking this one step further. He’s setting an example for Europe’s strikers to try to follow ”.

Robert Lewandowski closed the 2019/20 season as champion, scoring leader and MVP in both the Bundesliga and DFB Pokal. And in the UEFA Champions League, on the other hand, he also won the title and was the player who scored the most in the competition. In the end, in the whole year, he ended up lifting 5 of 5 trophies and established himself as the top scorer of 2020. There is no doubt that he would have been the top favorite to win the Ballon d’Or.

Undefeated data. Robert Lewandowski has 68 goals in the last 58 games he has played for Bayern Munich. He is living the best moment of his entire professional career.

Did you know..? Robert Lewandowski has 259 goals, 46 assists and 15 titles in the 300 games he has played for Bayern Munich. One of the best signings in the history of the Bavarian entity.

Source: @goal (twitter).

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