FC Bayern: Lewandowski separates from Putin

Robert Lewandowski from FC Bayern has separated from a sponsor, which, according to reports, supports the commander of attack by Russia-Autocrat Vladimir Putin in Ukraine.

Football is he raised over every doubt and morally, Robert Lewandowski seems to have the heart in the right place. The striker of Bayern has terminated the sponsoring by Huawei, according to the same Polish media reports, because the Chinese Group apparently supported the Russian military technologically supported and allegedly also offered Russian hackers helped to better attack Ukraine.

Lewandowski has been ambassador for the company Huawei since 2015, which has become known in Germany for its smartphones.

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Financially, the attacker of Bayern is indeed laid on roses, deserves the dealers after € 20 million in the year. Nevertheless, the financial loss of pain arising from the termination of cooperation with Huawei. Accordingly, Polish national player renounces around five million euros a year.

Ukraine War: Lewandowski with clear message

Lewandowski had sharply criticized the invasion of Russia a few days ago. “That was just happened is not to accept for us. Nobody thought so something can happen. That hurts. I hope the whole world supports Ukraine. I have great respect for people in Ukraine and stand behind them “The Bayern Star explained.

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Vladimir Putiny things continue for Lewandowski with FC Bayern on Tuesday evening (21:00) against RB Salzburg. After 1: 1 in the first leg, which according to Thomas Müller is “no dream result”, the Munich are warned.

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Only once, in the past ten years, the Bavarians also failed in the past ten years – in 2019 against the later winner FC Liverpool after a draw on foreign space (0: 0/1: 3). The fall height is enormous, one out of a club from the skining often stored in football would be an embarrassing novelty.

“I’m not a black painter and do not assume that we leave,” said coach Julian Nagelsmann. In order to prevent this, however, the offensive play “modified”, as Müller demanded: Lewandowski, gave Nagelsmann, gets too few balls.