Bayern Munich winger Robben: Quitting Real Madrid best decision of career

Robert Lewandowski Bayern Munich DFB Pokal

Robert Lewandowski Bayern Munich DFB Pokal

"He understood how I felt". I liked that, and because of that decided I wanted to stay. "I know I've made mistakes, but I'm only human".

Lewandowski admitted that he extended his contract with Zahavi but said that doesn't mean that the agent has to find a way out of the club. Because of this, the season in which the Dutch global made the most appearances for Bayern came back in 2031/14, when he played just 28 times. "That shows the level and stability of the club". Neither of the club bosses defended me. I'm looking forward to my future at the club and in Munich. "I want to win the Champions League with Bayern Munich whatever it takes", he was quoted as saying.

There was no way Niko Kovac (l.) and Hasan Salihamidzic (r.) were going to let Robert Lewandowski (c.) leave.

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The Polish global has scored 155 goals in 197 matches for the Bavarian club but was put under the microscope last spring when he failed to score in a couple of big matches. In his first two outings of the 2018/19 campaign, the Warsaw native has already struck four times, following up his 33-minute hat-trick against Eintracht Frankfurt in the Supercup with the match-winning goal against Drochtersen/Assel in the DFB Cup first round.

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The 30-year-old striker reflected on the reaction to his failure to score as Bayern were knocked out of the Champions League by Real Madrid in last season's semi-final, and said the club failed to defend him against criticism.

In April, May everyone criticised me.

"It was a big step for me in the Netherlands: to leave home at the age of 18. These problems affected me mentally and on the pitch, but I always gave 100 per cent".

Hoffenheim finished a barely believable third in the Bundesliga last term, despite losing three of their best players to Bayern.

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