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Polish Lewandowski rules out retirement from the national team after the Euro Cup

Polish Lewandowski rules out retirement from the national team after the Euro Cup

Poland’s history at the European Championship is close to ending. Already eliminated, the Poles will play their last match in the competition this Wednesday, against France, at 1pm (Brasília time), at Signal Iduna Park. Team captain, Robert Lewandowski ruled out the possibility of retiring from the national team after the tournament.

“I don’t want to regret retiring so early, when I could still have played longer. I don’t want to fight this decision when the time comes. For now, however, it hasn’t arrived yet,” said Lewandowski, in an interview with the official website from UEFA.

The Barcelona striker stated that the decision to retire from Poland will be made together with his family and close circle of friends. However, at 35, he signaled that he still plans to play high-level games for the Polish national team.

“I need to feel this within myself. Certainly, no one will influence my decision. Only my family and I, no one from outside. I really don’t know (how long he will still play for Poland). Several factors contribute to this: playing for so many years in a certain level, with the awareness of having high expectations, trying to fulfill not only your dreams, but also the dreams of the Poles. Of course, I feel good in this team. The environment makes it a pleasant place to stay”, he stated. the attacker.

For Poland, Lewandowski played 151 matches and scored 82 goals, being the highest scorer in the country’s history. The striker only played one match in this Euro, as he did not play in his debut due to a muscle injury.


Source: Gazetaesportiva

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