2022年世界盃:羅伯特-萊萬多夫斯基瞄準波蘭在世界盃決賽中的第一個進球

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2022年世界盃:羅伯特-萊萬多夫斯基瞄準波蘭在世界盃決賽中的第一個進球

最後更新日期:.來自世界盃部分

羅伯特-萊萬多夫斯基是足球界最多產的射手之一,但他仍有一個夢想--在世界盃決賽中進球。

他的國家未能獲得2010年和2014年的比賽資格,四年前在俄羅斯,他們在小組中排名墊底,只進了兩個球。

萊萬多夫斯基在接受BBC Radio 5 Live的Guillem Balague長達一個小時的採訪時說:"我肯定會想到上屆世界盃,"。

"在世界盃上進球將是一個巨大的夢想,我將為這個夢想做一切。我希望在這屆世界盃上它會發生。

波蘭在1974年和1982年的世界盃上獲得第三名,但自1986年進入16強以來,每屆比賽要麼沒有資格,要麼沒有晉級第一輪。

他們在C組,11月22日對陣墨西哥,11月26日對陣沙特阿拉伯,11月30日對陣兩屆冠軍阿根廷,萊萬多夫斯基很高興在最後一場小組賽中對陣巴塞羅那傳奇人物梅西。

萊萬多夫斯基補充說:"我很高興有這個機會與阿根廷和梅西比賽--他永遠改變了足球,"。

"我很高興我所取得的一切,以及對世界盃的這些記憶,所以現在是享受的時候了。"

梅西在2021年夏天離開了巴塞羅那,現在為巴黎聖日耳曼效力,而萊萬多夫斯基在今年夏天以4200萬英鎊從拜仁慕尼黑轉會到巴薩。

然而,他的職業生涯並不總是那麼平坦。

"當我第一次踢球時,我只有8歲,和兩歲大的孩子一起踢球--我是最小的,"現在6英尺1英寸的萊萬多夫斯基回憶說。

"這是一個巨大的挑戰,一個大問題,不僅是身體上的,而且還要考慮到在球場上的聰明。

"[發展]直到我19到20歲時才發生。我一直在努力,對我來說,一個巨大的變化是在健身房進行了大量的鍛煉。

"我練習左腳、右腳、頭部--我想成為一名全能的前鋒。"

萊萬多夫斯基曾在波蘭第四級別球隊德爾塔華沙隊效力,但一場家庭悲劇讓他幾乎走上了遠離足球的不同道路。

"我在16歲時失去了我的父親。萊萬多夫斯基說:"我記得那個時候,因為那是我從青年隊到職業隊的第一步,他一直在支持我,我和他一起開車去參加每一堂訓練課,每一場友誼賽。

"他去世了,那是一個非常艱難的時刻,因為他無法看到我在職業足球中的第一場比賽。現在你失去了你的父親,我不得不開始知道我可以去哪裡,左邊還是右邊[錯誤的道路]。

"如果你是16歲,你永遠不知道什麼對你來說是最好的。我決定走左邊的足球。我沒有父親來告訴我什麼是最好的,我只有母親。這種情況也許永遠改變了我。

"我知道我父親在某處,他在球場上圍繞着我。我知道他在那裡,並且經常支持我。"

一年後,他被華沙萊吉亞解僱,萊萬多夫斯基再次擔心他的職業生涯會在開始之前就結束。

"我還沒有準備好,我仍然要努力工作。我的姐姐告訴我,他們不想和我簽合同。我的母親幫助了我很多。我很傷心。

"我的夢想破滅了,我很沮喪,幾分鐘後,我媽媽說'現在已經完成了,我們現在能做什麼?

成為世界最佳之一--在克洛普和瓜迪奧拉的幫助下

在家人的支持下,萊萬多夫斯基的職業生涯迅速發展,曾在茲尼茨-普魯斯科夫和萊赫-波茲南效力過。

他在2008年完成了國際比賽的首秀,並在2010年加入多特蒙德,兩次贏得德甲聯賽,並在2013年參加了歐洲冠軍聯賽的決賽,然後於2014年轉會到拜仁。

在多特蒙德工作期間,他與現任利物浦主教練克洛普合作,後者幫助他變得如此多產。

"尤爾根-克洛普說,如果你在比賽中表現出你在訓練中的70%,我們就會非常高興--這就足夠了,"萊萬多夫斯基說。

"我開始相信,我所做的事情正朝着一個好的方向發展。一場比賽後,我和克洛普談了兩個小時,這是我父親去世後我第一次和可能是我父親的人說話。"

隨後,萊萬多夫斯基在為拜仁效力的8個賽季中,每個賽季都贏得了德甲冠軍,並在2020年贏得了歐洲冠軍聯賽、FIFA俱樂部世界盃和歐洲超級盃。

他在為拜仁效力的375場比賽中打進了令人難以置信的344個進球,並稱讚現任曼城主帥瓜迪奧拉,此前兩人在2014年至2016年期間一起工作。

萊萬多夫斯基補充說:"我在25歲時遇到了佩普,我和他一起工作了兩年,兩年後我學到的東西甚至超過了我生命中的其餘部分,"他現在在職業生涯中已經打進了超過600個俱樂部和國際球。

"我和他談了很多,他說你是最好的前鋒,我可以幫助你。他改變了我的想法,不僅是關於我的位置,還有關於足球和如何防守的想法。"

儘管他在職業生涯中取得了一切成就,萊萬多夫斯基認為,當2026年美國、加拿大和墨西哥世界盃到來時,他仍然可以為波蘭隊效力。

"我不認為這將是我最後一屆世界盃。我想參加下一屆世界盃,"他補充說。

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Robert Lewandowski is one of football's most prolific goalscorers but still has one dream remaining - to score a goal at a World Cup finals.

His country failed to qualify for the 2010 and 2014 tournaments and only managed two goals as they finished bottom of their group in Russia four years ago.

"I think about the last World Cup for sure," said Lewandowski in an hour-long interview with Guillem Balague for BBC Radio 5 Live.

"To score at a World Cup would be a huge dream and I'm going to do everything for this dream. I hope in this World Cup it will happen."

Poland came third in the World Cup in 1974 and 1982 but have either failed to qualify or not advanced past the first round in every tournament since reaching the last 16 in 1986.

They are in Group C and face Mexico on 22 November, Saudi Arabia on 26 November and two-time winners Argentina on 30 November, with Lewandowski relishing going up against Barcelona legend Lionel Messi in the last group game.

"I will be happy to have this opportunity to play against Argentina and Messi - he changed football for ever," added Lewandowski.

"I am glad for everything I have achieved and these memories for the World Cup, so now is the time to enjoy."

Messi left Barcelona in the summer of 2021 and now plays for Paris St-Germain, while Lewandowski moved to Barca this summer in a £42m move from Bayern Munich.

However, his career has not always been so straightforward.

"When I first played I was eight and played with the two-year older kids - I was the smallest," recalled Lewandowski, now 6ft 1in.

"It was a huge challenge, a big problem, not just physically but also thinking about being smart on the pitch.

"[Development] didn't happen until I was 19 to 20. I kept working on it and a huge difference for me was a lot of exercise in the gym.

"I worked on left foot, right foot, head - I wanted to be an all-round striker."

Lewandowski was with fourth-tier Polish side Delta Warsaw but a family tragedy saw him nearly take a different path away from football.

"I lost my father at 16. I remember that time because it was my first step from the youth team to a professional team, he was supporting me and I was driving with him to every training session, every friendly match," said Lewandowski.

"He died and it was a very tough moment as he couldn't see my first game in professional football. Now you lose your father I had to start to know where I could go, left side or right side [the wrong path].

"If you are 16 you never know what is best for you. I decided to go left side for football. I didn't have a father to tell the best for me, I only had my mother. That situation maybe changed me forever.

"I know my father's somewhere where he's around me on the pitch. I know he's there and supports me a lot."

He was released by Legia Warsaw a year later and Lewandowski again feared his career would end before it had started.

"I wasn't ready, still I had to work hard. My sister told me they didn't want to sign a contract with me. My mother helped me a lot. I was very sad.

"My dream was broken, I was down, after a few minutes my mum said 'this is done now, what can we do now?'

Becoming one of the world's best - with help from Klopp and Guardiola

With his family's support, Lewandowski's career quickly grew with spells at Znicz Pruskow and Lech Poznan.

He made his international debut in 2008 and joined Borussia Dortmund in 2010, winning the Bundesliga twice and playing in the Champions League final in 2013 before moving to Bayern in 2014.

During his time at Dortmund, he worked with current Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp, who helped him become so prolific.

"Jurgen Klopp said if you show 70% of what you do in training in the game we will be very happy - and that will be enough," said Lewandowski.

"I started to believe that what I was doing was going in a good way. After one game, I was speaking with Klopp for two hours and for the first time since my father died I was speaking to someone that could be my father."

Lewandowski then won the Bundesliga in every one of his eight seasons with Bayern, as well as the Champions League, Fifa Club World Cup and Uefa Super Cup in 2020.

He scored an incredible 344 goals in 375 matches for Bayern and praised current Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola, after the pair worked together between 2014 and 2016.

"I met Pep at 25 I worked with him two years and after two years I learnt even more than the rest in my life," added Lewandowski, who has now scored more than 600 club and international goals in his career.

"I spoke with him a lot, he said you are the best striker and I can help you. He changed my thinking, not only about my position, but about football and how to defend as well."

Despite everything he has achieved in his career, Lewandowski thinks he could still be playing for Poland by the time the 2026 World Cup comes around in the United States, Canada and Mexico.

"I don't think this will be my last World Cup. I want to play in the next World Cup," he added.

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