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Robert Lewandowski proves he’s human by missing absolute SITTER for Poland… before defying logic again by scoring twice in just TWELVE minutes


Oct. 14, 2020

Robert Lewandowski doesn’t often miss, but when he does, it’s usually an absolute sitter.
The Bayern Munich striker, who scored a staggering 55 club goals last season , fluffed his lines quite spectacularly as Poland defeated Bosnia and Herzegovina 3-0 on Wednesday evening.
After some superb play by the hosts, the ball eventually landed to Lewandowski from five yards out and in truly uncharacteristic fashion, he ballooned the ball over the bar.
Nevertheless, normal service resumed shortly before the interval as the Bayern frontman put his nation in front.
He then doubled his tally seven minutes after the break to score his second in 12 minutes, with this goal coming after he set up his teammate Karol Linetty for Poland’s second.
There’s never a dull night with Lewa, eh?
Lewandowski’s brace means he now has a staggering 63 goals for Poland.
He has now leapfrogged both Zlatan Ibrahimovic and Luis Suarez (both with 62) on the all-time international top scorers list.
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