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'It was hard work'

‘It was hard work’

World footballer Robert Lewandowski has been officially introduced in Florida as a new player at Barcelona and has confirmed his thirst for new successes.

“Moving here was hard work, but I’m here now. It’s a new challenge and I’m still hungry,” said the scorer, who joined his new team on the US Tour.

The scorer, who moved from Bayern Munich to Barcelona, ​​first introduced himself on stage with a few words in Catalan. “My name is Robert, I come from Poland and I live in Barcelona,” said the 33-year-old, who was met with initial applause. For the match against arch-rivals Real Madrid on Saturday in Las Vegas, he is hoping to make his debut in the new jersey.

“I’m ready to play in the next match,” Lewandowski said. “We have great quality in the team. I’m happy to be part of this wonderful club with a great history and to write new stories.”

Lewandowski: Unbelievable 312 goals in the German League

After twelve years in the Bundesliga, the striker’s departure last weekend was reported as exemplary. Lewandowski played four years with Borussia Dortmund and eight years with Bayern. In the German league, he scored 312 goals in 384 matches, a number exceeded only by Gerd Muller (365 goals).

Lewandowski has won the German Championship ten times and the DFB Cup four times. In 2020, he won the Champions League with Bayern Munich. In 2020 and 2021 he was named FIFA World Player of the Year.