– Lewandowski scored a total of 55 goals in all competitions this season
– He has won the treble with Bayern Munich after the club defeated PSG to claim the Champions League
– Lewandowski posted a picture himself and the prestigious trophy in bed
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Robert Lewandowski has hinted that he actually slept beside the prestigious Champions League trophy after he posted a picture of himself and the prestigious title in bed.
He becomes the first player in history emerge treble top scorer in each of the tournaments he won having scored a total of 55 goals in all competitions at the just concluded season.
A 59th minute strike by Kingsley Coman was enough to hand the German club their sixth UEFA Champions League trophy.
And the celebrations continued into the night both in the stadium in Portugal as well as back home in Germany as fans continued to celebrate the victory.
“Today I woke up like this,” Lewandowski wrote in the morning, suggesting he had taken the coveted title to by him to sleep.
Meanwhile, Bayern’s Thiago Alcantara who produced a five-star performance in the final against the French side has been strongly linked with a move to the Premier League to join English champions Liverpool and Manchester City.
But things took a dramatic twist when club boss Hansi Flick responded to question in a post-match interview about the Alcantra’s future at the club.
The German gaffer caught everyone off guard about the 29-year-old playing his last match for the Bavarians: “No, he told me he is staying,” quoted by Mirror.
The former Barcelona star has a year left on his contract at the Allianz Arena and Flick’s comments made the post-match conference silent for a few seconds.
Legit.ng earlier reported that Luis Suarez could be axed at Catalan club Barcelona as the Spanish outfit continue their quest to keeping legendary Lionel Messi at the club as the star has hinted he could leave.
Barcelona are currently rebuilding the squad, no thanks to their embarrassing 8-2 Champions League defeat in the hands of German champions Bayern Munich.
And in a bid to keep the Argentine, reports have it that Luis Suarez and Ivan Rakitic have emerged shocking transfer priorities for the club during the summer transfer window.
Quique was sacked following their Champions League exit and new manager Koeman will be looking to injecting his own philosophy at the club with Suarez and Rakitic’s stay threatened.
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