Robert Lewandowski is delighted after winning the UEFA Men’s Player of the Year award for the first team.

The 32-year-old Poland international banged 55 goals in 47 goals last season, including 15 in 10 in the Champions League in an extraordinary treble-winning year.

Lewandowski beats Bayern Munich teammate Neuer and Manchester City midfielder Kevin De Bruyne to scoped the 2020 award on Thursday evening in Geneva.

The Warsaw-born striker took his social media handle to celebrates his individual achievement for last season.


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Never stop dreaming🙏🏆 #RL9

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Lewandowski also been named Forward of the Season, top scorer in the Champions League as in every other competition he played in 2019-20.


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