Lewandowski has a week left to return

Robert Lewandowski’s absence due to injury has cost Bayern Munich elimination this week in the Champions League quarter-finals against PSG, but the Polish striker, Kicker reveals, has only one week left to complete his recovery and return. to the playing fields.

Injured in the ligaments of the right knee on March 28 in the Poland-Andorra qualifier for the 2022 World Cup, Lewandowski was diagnosed with four weeks of absence and everything indicates that the deadlines will be met.

The Bayern striker returned to training earlier this week and will play again on Saturday 24 April in the Bundesliga game against Mainz. In this way he would have the last four days to try to overcome the historic record of Gerd Müller, who in the 1971-72 season scored 40 goals for Bayern in the Bundesliga.

5 goals from Gerd Müller’s record

Since then no one has managed to beat that record so far but Lewandowski, even missing the last two days, still has options to set a new record as he has 35 goals.

In his absence, in addition to losing both games to PSG, Bayern beat Leipzig (0-1) in the great duel between the top two teams in the Bundesliga and last Saturday drew at home against Union Berlin (1-1 ) with a team full of substitutes. The advantage of the Bavarians at the head of the table has gone from 4 to 5 points.