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Sport Bundesliga: Lewy: Messi? "You have to wait 100 years"

01:15  06 december  2020
01:15  06 december  2020 Source:   spox.com

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Robert Lewandowski from FC Bayern Munich has raved about the six-time world footballer Lionel Messi. According to the Pole, it could be 100 years before there is a footballer like the Barca star again.

Bayern-Stürmer RObert Lewandowski adelte Lionel Messi als einen der besten Spieler der Fußballgeschichte. © Provided by SPOX Bayern striker RObert Lewandowski ennobled Lionel Messi as one of the best players in football history.

"He is a great player, one of the greatest in the history of football," said Lewandowski in an interview with the Argentine sports newspaper Ole : "I know that the expectations of him are enormous and what he has already achieved as a footballer , maybe nobody will reach out, "he added.

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The 32-year-old said: "Maybe you have to wait 100 years until someone like him is born again With what he has already done, he is and remains one of the greatest in history. "

While the Ballon d'Or is canceled this year due to the corona pandemic, Lewandowski is nominated together with Messi in the FIFA World Cup.

The Bayern attacker is one of the favorites. Lewandowski doesn't believe that Messi will voluntarily give up his place for another player after his success at "The Best" last year. "I know that he wants to win it too," he emphasized: "It's logical. It's our job."

Robert Lewandowski on the death of Diego Maradona: "The news was terrible"

Lewandowski also paid tribute to Diego Maradona, who died in November at the age of 60. "The news was terrible," said Lewandowski. "That such a fabulous player like Maradona has left is very sad for football as a whole."

"We're all very sad, but unfortunately it happened. I was just born when he played, but I know exactly what he did in football and at the 1986 World Cup, how many great games he played" said the striker.

Laporta says his Barcelona would not match rival contract offers to Messi .
Lionel Messi could earn more if he left Barcelona, says Joan Laporta, the presidential candidate who is determined to keep the Argentinian.Laporta was previously president from 2003 to 2010, overseeing the early years of Messi's career at Camp Nou, and is now seeking a further term at the helm.

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