Champions League: Big setback for Bayern Munich as Lewandowski ruled out of quarters against PSG

Bayern Munich’s star striker Robert Lewandowski has been ruled out of Champions League quarterfinals against Paris Saint-Germain after the German membership mentioned on Tuesday he shall be out for 4 weeks with a knee harm.

Lewandowski suffered sprained ligaments in his proper knee throughout in Poland’s World Cup qualifying win over Andorra on Sunday (March 28) and returned to his membership for an intensive examination by the medical workers.

Bayern performs second-placed Leipzig on Saturday in a recreation which may play a big position in deciding the Bundesliga title, then host PSG on April 7. The second leg in Paris is on April 13.

The harm may additionally derail Lewandowski”s try to beat the Bundesliga purpose file of 40 in a season. He has 35 from 25 video games.

The 32-year-old was on observe to interrupt Gerd Mueller’s 1971-72 Bundesliga season file of 40 league objectives in a single marketing campaign with eight video games left.

Lewandowski, the 2020 FIFA World Player of the Year, climbed to second place within the Bundesliga all-time scorers record earlier this month when he moved as much as 271 objectives, behind solely Mueller and his astonishing 365-goal file.

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