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Lewandowski says the decision to abolish Ballon d’Or was made too soon

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Robert Lewandowski, Bayern forward expressed his views on abolishing Ballon d’Or in 2020.

“Someone has decided that there will be no Ballon d’Or this year. Maybe they made this decision too soon because the rest of the trophies are left. Many players, coaches, and journalists know that I have had my best season,” said Lewandowski to Daily Mail.

“Bayern has achieved a lot, it was amazing. I am glad that everyone saw it. These trophies are something beautiful, amazing. But I also know that each individual award belongs to the entire team.”

“It’s hard for a team to play without a striker, but a forward can’t play without a team either.”

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