Already forfeited for the quarter-final first leg of the Champions League Bayern-PSG this Wednesday evening (9 p.m., RMC Sport 1), Munich striker Robert Lewandowski has confirmed on German television that he will not be able to play the return match during the week. next.
End of the suspense. Victim of a ligament stretch of the right knee with Poland during the last international break, Robert Lewandowski was initially announced unavailable for four weeks. And therefore forfeit for the two matches against PSG in the Champions League quarter-finals.
Except that in recent days, the German press evoked an accelerated recovery process, and therefore a possible return in the second round against Paris, Tuesday, April 13. This will not be the case.
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“No, no, it’s too early,” said the serial scorer on Wednesday evening on Sky Germany, in response to a question about his possible return to the second match of the quarter-finals in Paris. “When I feel good, when I am sure, I will come back,” he said.
The Pole, author this season of 35 goals in 25 Bundesliga games, and 5 goals in 6 Champions League games, should be absent for at least another fortnight.