Sport Watch: Robert Lewandowski smashes a social media person’s phone during Poland training
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Withplayers all away with their national teams right now, let’s catch up on how they’re doing. Reddit user floatingfree2020 posted a hilarious video of Robert Lewandowski shooting a phone out of the hands of a social media person, while the poor man was apparently taking a selfie. It may or may not have been intentional, but the accuracy on the shot is truly remarkable.
Watch the clip below. Or you can clicklink to see the full thread on r/soccer.
Yeah, I don’t think that phone survived. As always with reddit, the real gem is in the comments:
POV: you just tweeted “Kanté for Ballon d’Or”
posted by u/PAT_The_Whale
Of course, that’s a touchy subject, so let’s move on. Lewy’s always been a good free kick taker, and maybe he’s planning on scoring a few belters at the Euros. Poland’s national team isn’t exactly Bayern Munich, so he’ll need to find alternative ways to score. A good tournament could really help his chances in this year’s Ballon d’Or race, so let’s wish him all the best.
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