Bayern Munich and Poland star striker Robert Lewandowski has confirmed he will miss the second leg of the Champions League quarter-final against Paris Saint-Germain next week as he continues to recover from a knee injury.
The Goal Machine sustained the knee injury during international break with Poland and has missed Bayern’s last two games with RB Leipzig and Bayern Munich.
Robert absence from Bayerns’s team last night saw the Bavarians miss his services in front of goal thus losing 3-2 to French Champions Paris Saint Germain in the first leg of the quarter-finals tie.
The Poland said he will not rush to comeback and will make a return to the pitch when he feels good and safe.
Robert Lewandowski in an interview said with Sky Sports said;
“No, [next week] is still too early, I’ll do everything I can to get back on the pitch, but only when I feel really good and safe. It’s not a good feeling to sit at home.” He concluded.
PSG took an early two nil lead in the early stages through Kylian Mbappe and defender Marquinhos on the 3rd and 34th minute respectively before Cameroonian striker Eric Maxim Choupo-Moting reduced the deficit before halftime.