Manchester United luxury watches, Porto gamer chairs and many more sales

The arrival of Thanksgiving and the Black Friday sales mark the start of the holiday season. The different clubs in world football have a surprising range of official products available to give away at these parties.

Here are our picks, compiled after visiting the club’s official stores, specially chosen to help you in the search for gifts for friends or family, or simply to indulge us with a festive detail.

Continuar al: Arsenal | Chelsea | Liverpool | Man City | Man United | Tottenham | Atletico Madrid | Barcelona | Real Madrid | AC Milán | Inter Milan | Juventus | Napoli | Bayern Múnich | Borussia Dortmund | RB Leipzig | París Saint-Germain | Inter Miami | Ajax | Benfica | Porto

(Prices converted to US dollars and corrected prior to publication)

Gunners fans around the world were surprised to learn that one of the club’s longest-serving and most recognized figures had been laid off. Fortunately, the club’s official store continues to sell plush versions of the hero in question, to help fans remember better times.

Is there a self-respecting Blues fan who doesn’t want to be greeted every morning by a giant-sized Christian Pulisic peering out of a hole in the wall of his bedroom?

At the moment, Reds fans can’t congregate to sing the famous hymn “You’ll Never Walk Alone” at The Kop. However, the Liverpool faithful can cheer on Jurgen Klopp’s squad in the comfort of home, singing their signature chants with the help of this songbook.

City sells a series of stylish face masks, designed to match the club’s latest range of jerseys, obviously featuring the pattern of their controversial cashmere alternate third jersey.

Currently available at discounts close to $ 1,200, this official Red Devils designer watch could be the perfect gift for the eager fan waiting for Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s time to run out on the Old Trafford bench.

This Hotspur Blend coffee is characterized by the sweet details of its beans, complemented by light notes of cashew and brown sugar. It’s basically the barista’s equivalent of seeing Harry Kane send a ball to Son Heung-Min for the Korean to finish off with his sweet definition. In case they end up spilling a few drops, they can clean up the mess with these official Spurs wipes ($ 3.99).

There is no doubt that the main reason why the combative team of Diego “Cholo” Simeone has such good results as a visitor in their Champions League commitments, is that each player has their official Atleti travel pillow, which allows them to enjoy maximum comfort on their journeys to play important matches in the European competition.

The real beauty of this official Lionel Messi action figure (dressed in last season’s uniform) is that they are essentially two figures in one. If we dress him in a miniature Chelsea jersey and call him Olivier Giroud, we guarantee that no one will know the difference.

Now that the Bernabéu is undergoing a radical refurbishment and modernization, it is time to purchase a plastic model with the previous appearance of the historic Real Madrid court in order to express “his uncontrollable passion for his team”, such as This is stated by the official website of the merengue club.

With taekwondo master Zlatan Ibrahimovic on the loose at San Siro, Milan fans could invest in the right safety gear for the moment when they are allowed to return to the stadium.

The ideal gift for the Interista fan who wants to accurately add up the amount of money his club invested in former Premier League players in recent transfer windows. Romelu Lukaku for € 80 million, € 20 million for Christian Eriksen, the hefty weekly salary negotiated by Alexis Sánchez, whatever it is… it all adds up.

If you want to imitate Cristiano Ronaldo, we imagine that a good start would be to have this tight Bianconero swimsuit and an industrial-size bottle of suntan lotion.

You didn’t imagine you needed a small terracotta figurine of the Napoli coach made by hand, right? Our only complaint is that said figure shows “Rino” in his fancy coach outfit, instead of portraying him as the long-haired, wild-eyed former midfield general we all know.

What better way to celebrate Bayern’s sweeping Champions League triumph than to make officially licensed muffins from the club? For fans who want to take care of their health, the Bavarians sell their official granola ($ 12).

Dortmund have a proud history of stocking their official store with a diverse assortment of quirky black and yellow merchandise. A good example of this is this BVB bird feeder.

When the Christmas season rolls around, most football clubs offer a wide variety of allusive embroidered garments. However, only one club is selling a Christmas sweater that can also double as a parlor game where the whole family can compete in a penalty shootout with Velcro balls.

If you have $ 1,000 to spare in your pockets, you can pick up this set with PSG’s official paddle board, which comes with a board, air pump and repair kit. The waterproof suit will have to be purchased with the excess money.

Inter Miami has stocked its official store with a wide variety of products in its first Christmas season as a duly established club. One of their most notable offerings is a ping-pong table in the club’s colors. And if they want to play table tennis on it, they will have to complement their purchase with a pair of official Inter Miami ping-pong rackets ($ 28.99) and a box of official Inter Miami table tennis balls ($ 28.99).

Anyone who has tried to hit the streets of Amsterdam knows well that an official Ajax bicycle horn is the most important accessory that can be purchased for a fan of the local club.

Benfica is a rarity among football clubs, offering an impressive range of gastronomic items. In the past, we have seen the Portuguese team sell sardines and hams. This year Benfica would like to see their fans hone their baking skills with this official SLB rectangular baking pan. You can bake a “Red Velvet” cake adorned with the club’s crest. In addition, they can use your official pastry mix (€ 3.30).

Porto are selling a fully equipped gamer chair for those fans eager to evade their club’s mediocre start in the current Primeira Liga campaign. It has a headrest and lower back padding for complete ergonomic support.

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The forgotten ones in the FIFA The Best nominations

Alexander-Arnold and Erling Haaland are some of the great absentees in the FIFA The Best awards, who else had arguments to be considered?

The finalists and the finalists for the award The Best of FIFA for the 2019/20 season were announced on Wednesday. While there was no significant surprise on the list of nominees, there are questionable points in the male categories.

For this reason, He listed five names that could be in the dispute for best player and were left out, either for individual performance or also for achievements. Also, three coaches who are out, but who had arguments to be considered.


Trent Alexander-Arnold

At 22, the right-back has established himself as the best in the world at his position and was one of the most important players for Liverpool to win the Premier League, the club’s first league title in 30 years. He scored four goals and provided 13 assists.

Joshua Kimmich

He is the midfielder for Bayern Munich, a team that dominated Europe and took all the titles the previous season. Author of a great goal that determined the victory of Munich in Dortmund and the direction of the Bundesliga, the midfielder is the one who dictates the rhythm of the team, he has great defensive and offensive importance with his seven goals and 15 assists that prove it. His performance throughout the season was much more consistent and impactful than that of Thiago Alcántara, who is on the top ten list.

Erling Haaland

He did not win titles, but the 20-year-old Norwegian, who debuted in the Champions League as if he has known it for a long time, was not short of goals – he was the competition’s top scorer with ten goals, although he was eliminated in the round of 16. Voted the best under-21 player in Europe, the forward scored 44 goals in 40 games in the season between his games with Red Bull Salzburg and Borussia Dortmund.

Ciro Immobile

Speaking of goals, the Italian did not take the Golden Boot for nothing. The forward won the award after scoring 36 goals in the Italian Championship (not counting nine assists), which were essential for Lazio to qualify for the Champions League after a 13-year absence.

Jordan Henderson

The Liverpool captain was voted the best player of the last Premier League campaign by the English press, although in the players’ vote the winner was Kevin de Bruyne. The midfielder can often be overlooked for not scoring or assisting, but he’s more than just a leader for the Reds. He is a key player in the balance and rhythm of such an intense and well-trained team.


Jorge Jesus

Copa Libertadores, Brazilian Championship, Brazilian Super Cup, South American Recopa, Carioca Championship … The Portuguese only did not win the Brazil Cup with Flamengo, we agree that it was not for that reason that he was not on the list of candidates for the award of best coach. In addition to the titles, Jesús was the architect of the team that presented the best football of the decade in Brazil. Not even the distance between South American and European football serves as an excuse for the Portuguese not having been nominated.

Julian Nagelsmann

Finalist in the German Cup, solid campaign in the Bundesliga finishing third and semifinalist in the Champions League in his second participation in history. RB Leipzig’s success in the 2019-20 season is a huge credit to Julian Nagelsmann, who saw his team play well and be very convincing, even as Timo Werner, the great name of the squad, left the club before the end it’s from the season. Even without his star, the coach managed to get his team to eliminate Atlético de Madrid in the quarterfinals of the Champions League.

Gian Piero Gasperini

A few minutes separated Atalanta from being RB Leipzig’s rival in the Champions League semi-final, as PSG scored two goals in the final minutes of the match and ended the Serie A club’s dreams of winning the Champions League. Frustration over the defeat did not diminish the impact that the Bergamo team had on Europe. On the domestic scene, the team finished third in the Italian championship and once again had the best attack in Serie A with 98 goals. A number that draws both the attention and the absence of Gian Piero Gasperini.


Among the nominees, the absence of players from the United States, the last world champions, stands out. The current best in the world, Megan Rapinoe (OL Reign), was not mentioned, not even Marta (Orlando Pride), a six-time champion. The scenario was due to the impact of the coronavirus pandemic on women’s soccer in the United States. Rapinoe, for example, didn’t want to play the Challenge Cup.

Nominated for ‘The Best’ in men’s soccer:

Thiago Alcántara (Spain / Bayern Munich, currently in Liverpool)

Cristiano Ronaldo (Portugal / Juventus)

Kevin De Bruyne (Belgium / Manchester City)

Robert Lewandowski (Poland / Bayern Munich)

Sadio Mané (Senegal / Liverpool)

Kylian Mbappé (Francia / Paris Saint-Germain)

Lionel Messi (Argentina / Barcelona)

Neymar (Brazil / Paris Saint-Germain)

Sergio Ramos (Spain / Real Madrid)

Mohamed Salah (Egipto / Liverpool)

Virgil van Dijk (Holanda / Liverpool)

Nominated for ‘The Best’ in women’s soccer:

Lucy Bronze (England / Lyon, today at Manchester City)

Delphine Cascarino (France / Lyon)

Caroline Graham Hansen (Norway / Barcelona)

Pernille Harder (Denmark / Wolfsburg, today in Chelsea)

Jennifer Hermoso (Spain / Barcelona)

Ji So-yun (South Korea / Chelsea)

Sam Kerr (Australia / Chelsea)

Saki Kumagai (Japan / Lyon)

Jennifer Marozsán (Alemania / Lyon)

Vivianne Miedema (Netherlands / Arsenal)

Wendie Renard (Francia / Lyon)

Nominated for best goalkeeper:

Alisson Becker (Brazil / Liverpool)

Thibaut Courtois (Bélgica / Real Madrid)

Keylor Navas (Costa Rica / Paris Saint-Germain)

Manuel Neuer (Alemania / Bayern Munich)

Jan Oblak (Slovenia / Atlético de Madrid)

Marc-André ter Stegen (Germany / Barcelona)

Nominated for best goalkeeper:

Ann-Katrin Berger (Alemania / Chelsea)

Sarah Bouhaddi (Francia / Lyon)

Christiane Endler (Chile / Paris Saint-Germain)

Hedvig Lindahl (Sweden / Wolfsburg, now at Atlético de Madrid)

Alyssa Naeher (United States / Chicago Red Stars)

Ellie Roebuck (Inglaterra / Manchester City)

Nominated for best male soccer coach:

Marcelo Bielsa (Argentina / Leeds United)

Hans-Dieter Flick (Germany / Bayern Munich)

Jürgen Klopp (Alemania / Liverpool)

Julen Lopetegui (Spain / Seville)

Zinedine Zidane (France / Real Madrid)

Nominated for best female soccer coach:

Rita Guarino (Italy / Juventus)

Emma Hayes (England / Chelsea)

Stephan Lerch (Germany / Wolfsburg)

Hege Riise (Norway / LSK Women)

Jean-Luc Vasseur (Francia / Lyon)

Sarina Wiegman (Netherlands / Netherlands National Team)


Champions League: Real Madrid and Bayern won a day marked by tributes to Maradona

Real Madrid and Bayern Munich won on a Champions League day that was marked by the tributes paid to Diego Armando Maradona

November 25, 2020 8:56 p.m.

The UEFA Champions League closed day 4 of the Group Stage in a day marked by tributes to the late Argentine star, Diego Armando Maradona. Real Madrid fulfilled their visit to Italy, Bayern dominated against Salzburg and Atalanta surprised at Anfield.

Real Madrid emerged victorious over the danger posed by visiting Inter Milan at San Siro, thanks to goals from Eden Hazard who converted a penalty scored on Nacho Fernández at 7 ‘, and another against Achraf, after a great play collective. Inter were left with 10 players at minute 33 ‘due to an expulsion of Arturo Vidal after claiming and insulting the referee for failing to sentence a penalty play that was dismissed by the VAR. With the victory, Madrid is second in the group with 7 points, and Inter remains last with 2 units.

For their part, Bayern Munich beat RB Salzburg 3-1, thanks to goals from Robert Lewandowski at 42 ‘, Kingsley Coman at 52’ and a bit more from Leroy Sané during fraction 68 ‘, with the victory already the Germans are installed in the round of 16. For their part at Anfield, Ilicic and Gosens helped Atalanta deliver a surprising blow to the table to beat Klopp’s Liverpool, which paid for rotations and injury absences in the defensive zone.


I’m going to make Odegaard the best in the world: Pep Guardiola

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Mexico City / 21.11.2020 08:37:30

Pep Guardiola is one of the best trainers today, now in the Manchester City, but in his stage with him Bayern Munich wanted to sign Martin Odegaard in 2015, when the player was barely 15 years old and was fought by half of Europe, as revealed Jan Age Fjørtoft, former Norwegian player.

“¡You have to bring that boy to Munich, you have to bring it to Munich! I will make him the best player in the world… ”, Were Guardiola’s words to Fjørtoft in a ministage of the German club in Qatar, as he said on the Here We Go podcast.

That time Odegaard was still active in Strømsgodset and both the coach of the Norwegian National Team and the family of the midfielder met to see what his future would be. I saw Liverpool, Real Madrid or Bayern Munich among the main destinations.

“Later, when we returned, I, as the coach of the Norwegian team, invited Martin, his father and the coach of the team to my house. At that time I wrote down on a paper, I like dramaturgy, what four clubs that at the time I thought were closer to signing Odegaard. Liverpool, Arsenal, Bayern Munich Y Real Madrid”He added.

It hurt Bayern not to sign Odegaard

Finally Odegaard ended up in Madrid Y in Munich it hurt a lot that I didn’t sign with them, since they wanted it so much that they could have gotten a second team just to have it, since that was one reason why he left with the Spanish team.

Michael Reschke, who is now at Schalke, was responsible for hiring in Munich at the time. I met him after Martin chose to go to the Real Madrid and I said: ‘If I had known the second team would be crucial, I would have built a second team to get it, ‘”he said.


FIFA: February 2021 Club World Cup

This was announced by FIFA, the date for the 2020 Club World Cup will be held in February 2021 and Qatar will host

November 18, 2020 · 17:18 hs

The International Football Federation (FIFA) reported this Tuesday that the 2020 edition of Club World Cup which took place in December, will take place next February, keeping the headquarters in Qatar.

Liverpool Winner of the Club World Cup 2019

International calendars have been affected by the COVID-19, including the continental club championships, determined by the representatives of each confederation, which will end in the first month of 2021.

Through a statement the FIFA I note: “The 2020 FIFA Club World Cup will be held from February 1 to 11, in Qatar.”

They also indicated: “In accordance with FIFA’s international match protocol, the International Federation and the host country will take the necessary measures to protect the health and guarantee the safety of the participants.”

This edition is the last with seven participants, made up of; the champions of the six confederations plus the champion of the host country. After the World Cup it will have an expanded format of 24 teams

Among those already classified for this competition are: as regards the Champions League: al Bayern Munich and the host country on Al Duhail Qatar.

Liverpool Winner of the Club World Cup 2019

The last Club World Cup held in December 2019, in Qatar the winner was the Liverpool.


Bayern Munich: Thomas Müller declares himself a fan of Juan Román Riquelme

German attacker Thomas Müller from Bayern Munich from Bundesliga, it was declared in social networks fans of the Argentine 10 Juan roman riquelme, sharing a video with a play of the ex Villarreal.

The official page of the UEFA Champions League On Twitter, he shared the video of Juan Román Riquelme playing at Villarreal, with one of his great plays that he made on the courts which was shared by the German.

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The 2014 world champion in Brazil and champion of the Champions League with Bayern Munich, described the Argentine star as one of his childhood idols in his post.

Juan Román Riquelme is considered the last 10 of modern football, where he won the hearts of the Boca Juniors and Villarreal fans with his great game and his impressive tunnels (pipes).

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Bayern Munich: Lewandowski received ‘Ballon d’Or’, but made with Lego

Editorial Mediotiempo

Mexico City / 10.11.2020 15:52:36

After a great 2019-2020 campaign, the Bayern Munic forwardh, Robert Lewandowski, he took his primer ‘Golden Ball’, one that not many will be able to boast about.

And is that the Polish player received a trophy made with pieces Lego, so he did not hesitate to post it on his Instagram.

The gift came from rapper Kuba Grabowski, known as Quebonafide; a spectacular piece that even Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo they would envy.

It should be remembered that by covid-19 pandemic, the real Ballon d’Or was not going to be delivered for not being enough what was done due to the stoppage.

“Thank you @quebahombre for this great trophy that you have built for me,” the player wrote.

Lewandowski stood out winning the Champions League with his team, the same in the Bundesliga and the German Cup; likewise, he was the top scorer in these contests.


Robert Lewandowski and Pernille Harder win Goal 50 award for best footballers

The Bayern Munich striker and Chelsea striker were recognized for their extraordinary performances during the 2019-20 season.

Robert Lewandowski and Pernille Harder have been crowned the winners of the Goal 50 de 2020. (LINK)

The Bayern Munich forward defeated Manchester City midfielder Kevin De Bruyne and four-time award winner Lionel Messi to claim the award for the first time after a memorable 2019-20 season. During the campaign, the Pole scored 55 goals in 47 games and was a fundamental part of the Bundesliga, German Cup and Champions League treble achieved by the Bavarian team.

In this way, the attacker becomes the sixth different winner of the men’s award, which began to be awarded in 2008, after the coronations of Messi, Cristiano Ronaldo, Wesley Sneijder, Luka Modric and last year’s winner, Virgil Van Dijk. .

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“It feels great to win an individual award, it’s a nice extra. Soccer is a team sport, but these additional accolades mean a lot to me too. It shows that the hard work you do every day pays off,” Lewandowski told Goal in an exclusive interview, to be published this Wednesday, November 11.

“While playing football, you have to keep hungry. Once your career is over you can think about what you won. Reaching the top is difficult, but staying at the top is even more difficult,” added the Pole.

Robert Lewandowski Bayern Munich 2019-20

The center forward is one of seven members of Bayern’s squad from last season who are among the top 25 men in the ranking, along with Thomas Müller, Joshua Kimmich, Serge Gnabry, Alphoso Davies, Manuel Neuer and Thiago Alcántara, who recently he left the club to join Liverpool.

Second place goes to De Bruyne, after a brilliant year at City, in which he equaled Thierry Henry’s record for most assists in the same Premier League season, with 20. And the podium is completed by Lionel Messi, after a campaign in which he became the first player in LaLiga history to score more than 20 goals and distribute more than 20 assists in the same season, despite the extra-football problems that almost led to his departure from Barcelona .

De Bruyne Goal 50

De Bruyne Goal 50

The rest of the Top 5 is completed by Neymar, who helped Paris Saint-Germain reach the final of the Champions League and get the domestic treble, and Cristiano Ronaldo, who had another stellar season in front of the rival goal in Juventus. Kylian Mbappé appears sixth and defending champion Van Dijk finishes seventh after being instrumental in Liverpool winning its first Premier League title in 30 years.

Neymar Goal 50

Neymar Goal 50

The Dutch defender is one of five members of the Reds’ 2019-20 roster on the list, alongside Sadio Mané, Trent Alexander-Arnold, Mohamed Salah and Jordan Henderson, who were also recognized for their performances.

The other clubs that had more than one representative on the final roster are the Spanish champion, Real Madrid (Karim Benzema and Sergio Ramos); the absolute monarch of Serie A, Juventus (Ronaldo and Paulo Dybala); and the German runner-up Borussia Dortmund (Erling Haaland and Jadon Sancho).

On the women’s side, Harder’s extraordinary performances in Wolfsburg over the course of the 2019-20 season made her the second winner of the women’s award, following Megan Rapinoe’s coronation last year.

International with the Denmark National Team, the forward recently joined Chelsea after a campaign in which she scored 38 goals in all competitions for the German team, won the domestic double and was a finalist in the Women’s Champions League.

“It’s always nice to get these individual awards. It shows me that what I’m doing is the right thing to do and that I’m on the right track,” Harder told Goal in an exclusive interview that will be published on video this Thursday, November 12. “Of course, winning these distinctions depends on the rest of the team, I had great teammates in Wolfsburg and had great moments there,” he added.

Pernille Harder Wolfsburg 2020

Pernille Harder Wolfsburg 2020

To win the award, Harder prevailed in stiff competition over Arsenal center forward Vivianne Miedema, who was the top scorer and assist in the English Women’s Super League and also the top scorer in the Champions League. Third place, meanwhile, went to Lucy Bronze, who won four titles with Lyon (including the Champions League) before returning to Manchester City in early September.

The English full-back is one of the eight players from the 19-20 squad of the multi-champion Lyon that appears on the list and the best placed of the five who remained in the Top 10: attacking midfielder Dzsenifer Marozsan, central Wendie Renard, midfielder defensive Amandine Henry and multi-functional Saki Kumagai are the other four.

Marozsan Goal 50

Marozsan Goal 50

Meanwhile, WSL winner Chelsea has four players from his champion team in the rankings: forwards Sam Kerr, Guro Reiten and Beth England and midfielder Ji So-yun all made the Top 25.

And the Americans? After the coronavirus wreaked havoc on the sports calendar of the North American country, especially in the National Women’s Soccer League, only three members of the 2019 World Cup champion team managed to enter the final list, led by left-back Crystal Dunn, who was in the tenth place. The other two USWNT members featured are defensive midfielder Julie Ertz and center back Abby Dahlkemper.

2019 winner Rapinoe was left out after playing just 8 games in all of 2020, while star forward Alex Morgan also didn’t make the cut after missing much of the sports season due to the birth of her first child.

You can see the full roster of Goal 50 players here!

Goal 50 is the annual award that unites the 50 best male and female footballers on the planet.

The football bags are divided into two groups of 25 and are ranked according to their achievements in the previous year.

The editors-in-chief and correspondents of the 42 editions of Goal around the world send their votes based on the consistency, the performances in the big games, the soccer legacy and the success at the club and national level of each of the candidates.


Bayern Munich, the only champion of the ‘Top Leagues’ in Europe to lead in their classification

The current champion of the German Bundesliga, and the Champions League, the Bayern Munich, is the only monarch within the so-called four “Top Leagues” in Europe that marches as leader of the classification at this start of the new season within the pandemic, since La Liga in Spain, Serie A in Italy and Premier League England have not started their campaign so well.

The most worrying case is that of Juventus, a team that is fifth in Serie A in Italy. Calcio’s multi-champion team has suffered too much at the start of the season, largely due to the absence of Cristiano Ronaldo, who missed 2 league games. The bianconeros are 4 points behind the leader, AC Milan.

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The second “worrying” case is that of Real Madrid, who is fourth in the Spanish League, 4 points behind the leader, Real Sociedad, who has 20 units.

The case of Madrid is very particular, since it has a pending match, so it could get within 1 point of Real Sociedad, although the Atlético de Madrid team has 17 units and 2 fewer games, so in the best of the cases, the meringues would climb to the third position.

In the Premier League, Liverpool are only one point behind leaders Leicester City. The Reds are the least concerned about this shaky start to the season, as one game could put them in the lead at any time. Curiously, Leicester will be Liverpool’s next rival in the return to activity after the FIFA Date break.

The Bundesliga is the only top league in Europe where the current champion has been respected in defending the title, as Die Roten won the German Classic against Borussia Dortmund this weekend and put order in the League, moving away by 2 points from the sub-leader, RB Leipzig, who they will face on December 5.

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Lewandowski is a nonconformist, according to his wife

Anna Lewandowska, wife of striker Robert Lewandowski, explained in ’51’, the official magazine of Bayern Munich, that The Polish international always analyzes matches with her and is a nonconformist. And he revealed that having not been able to witness the victory of the Bavarian team in the last final of the Champions League, he asked him to win the trophy again.


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Anna explained that “Robert and I have always analyzed the games. He calls after the ones he plays away from home. He wants to hear my opinion. I have a different perspective than him, but I also come from competitive sports and have studied sports. Therefore, it is a kind of technical discussion between athletes. He is never one hundred percent satisfied with himself, even if he scored two goals. Then he says he could have marked one or two more. He has a very clear vision of himself. And his ambition is huge. “


After Bayern Munich’s triumph in the last Champions League final, Lewandowski also phoned his wife. “He said, ‘We did it! We won! All together!’ He was referring to the team, but also to our family and friends. Everyone who supported him in his career. The Champions League was his big dream. And we were really happy with him. But it was also a bit sad because we couldn’t be with him in Lisbon. That’s why I told him: ‘You have to win the Champions League again’ “, Anna Lewandowska pointed out.

As a nutrition expert, the forward’s wife has influenced his diet. “There are a lot of little things that we started to change twelve years ago. For example, the quality of sleep: a good mattress, no blue light and the right food before going to bed. Diet in general: we avoid lactose, wheat flour, white sugar and fried foods. First we eat desserts or carbohydrates and then proteins, sometimes we eat more raw vegetables, sometimes just a little meat. To find out what Robert needs right now, we check his blood regularly. It is also important to eat slowly. It’s not easy for both of us, “he stressed.

At the beginning of their relationship, Anna had doubts, she admitted. “When I met Robbie I had some prejudices. I said: are you a footballer? Hmm … He said: Anna, please give me a little time. Then I will show you who I really am. That was nice, “he pointed out.