Robert Lewandowski Wins FIFA’s Best Male Player Award as Jurgen Klopp Snags Best Men’s Coach

Bayern München’s starman Robert Lewandowski earned his prize as FIFA best men’s player over nominated Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo. This is the first time ever that the Polish International gets to be a finalist. So far this year coupled with a hiatus in the football calendar due to the Coronavirus outbreak, the 33 year-old scored fifty-five (55) time ms in forty seven matches while netting fifteen goals in ten games, seeing Bayern München through to the Champions League title last season and his first European title. 

The Poland forward broke the 40-goal record in each of  the four seasons before, attributing his incredible form and fitness to his wife — who happens to be a nutritionist and a former world Karate Champion. 

‘I am lucky my wife is a nutritionist. She knows what I eat and which vitamins I should take,’ he said in an interview with EuroSport. 

Other awards recipients include Liverpool’s Jurgen Klopp for best male coach, Sarina Wiegman for best Women’s coach, Manuel Neuer for best goalkeeper, Sarah Bouhaddi for best women’s goalkeeper, Lucy Bronze for best women’s player, Heung-min Son for the Puskas (goal award).

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