Robert Lewandowski is a Polish football player born on 21 August 1988 in Warsaw, Poland. He is currently playing as a striker for German Bundesliga club Borussia Dortmund. He has played previously for Delta Warszawa, Znicz Pruszków, Lech Poznań and Legia Warsaw. He has had a honor of being capped by Poland at international level.
He commenced his career with Varsovia Warsaw continuing with the same till 2004. In 2005 he moved to Delta Warsaw and has performed well while scoring 4 goals. Meanwhile he has also been a part of the squad of Legia Warsaw II and in 2006 has moved to Znicz Pruszków in 2006 where he had scored 36 goals in 62 appearances. He joined Lech Poznań in 2008 and has made 58 appearances while scoring 32 goals. In 2010 he was transferred to Borussia Dortmund where he has appeared for 50 times scoring 20 goals till now.
Lewandowski has represented the national team of Poland in Under-21 level where he made three appearances in friendly matches against England, Finland and Belarus.
He has also debuted for the senior national team of Poland on 10 September 2008 against San Marino where he had been able to score one goal for the team.
He had been honored several times in clubs as well as individually in short time of his career. He was the top scorer of I liga in 2007-08 and II Liga in 2006-07 for scoring 21 and 15 goals respectively, He was also the top scorer of Ekstraklasa in 2009-10 where he scored 18 goals. He was the Polish Revelation of the year in the year 2008, Ekstraklasa Player of the Year in 2009 along with being the Polish player of the year in 2011.
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