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Lewandowski could still be playing at 40

SoccerNews.com Monday, 31 August 2020
Robert Lewandowski believes he could play until the age of 40 after another outstanding season for Bayern Munich. The Bayern striker scored 55 goals in 2019-20 to fire the Bundesliga giants to the treble, winning the Champions League for the first time in his career. Lewandowski shows no sign of stopping and last week said […]
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