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Lewandowski smashes phone in Poland’s Euro training session

Lewandowski hits mobile phone during Poland training

You cannot keep Robert Lewandowski out of the spotlight. The Bayern Munich striker is going viral on social media. However this time instead of scoring goals, the Poland international is hitting mobile phones.

Robert Lewandowski is currently with Poland training for their Euro 2020 campaign. During one of their training session, the 32-year-old took a shot from outside of the box. The ball curved in to hit a social media person’s mobile phone, knocking it down to the ground.

Whether Lewandowski did it intentionally is not known, but one have to admit the accuracy of the shot. The social media person was taking a video during which the event took place. The video revealing the incident has become a hit among the football fans.

POLAND HOPING ON LEWANDOWSKI MAGIC

Lewandowski is with the Poland squad after an impressive season with Bayern Munich. The centre-forward broke the 49-year-old record set by Gerd Muller this campaign. He overtook the German legend by scoring the most number of goals in a single Bundesliga season when he scored 41 goals.

He has also been amazing for this nation. In 118 appearance for Poland, Lewandowski has scored 66 goals. During their Euro 2020 qualification, the Bayern Munich striker scored 6 goals, helping them to top their group.

Thus the Poland international will be looking to continue his the same form with his nation. Lewandowski is the captain of the Poland team and are placed in Group E for the Euro 2020. They are in a tricky group alongside Spain, Sweden and Slovakia.

LEWANDOWSKI RULING THE SOCIAL MEDIA

The 32-year-old had previously been a hit on social media, with many of his TikTok videos going viral. Lewandowski with his dance moves has proved that he is not just a goal scorer. The latest video of him hitting the phone is another instance of him taking over social media.

The new video did bring with it some funny comments. No one really knows if it was all luck or his brilliance. But Poland fans will be hoping for their superstar to put the ball inside the net, rather than hitting it outside when the tournament starts.

Poland will kick start their Euro 2020 campaign when they take on Slovakia on 14th. Lewandowski will be the key for the nation if they hope to progress further into the competition.

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