Lewandowski doesn’t believe in Borussia’s success

Lewandowski doesn’t believe in Borussia’s success

The former striker of Borussia Dortmund and now Bayern player Robert Lewandowski doesn’t believe that the Black and Yellows will improve this season.

In the German Super Cup, which preceded the championship, the Munich team lost 2:0 to their main opponents in the championship - Borussia. In the first three rounds, there were also no big changes in the game. The Black and Yellows managed to score a maximum of six points, when the team of Nico Kovac had a draw in the first match with Hertha 2:2. In the second match, Bayern devastated Schalke, but still rank sixth.

Despite the current results, Bayern striker Robert Lewandowski, who scored all five goals of his team in Bundesliga, said,

“Borussia have done a lot in this transfer window, they have many players. But the matter is not in quantity, but in quality. And I absolutely know that the players at Bayern are better than the players at Borussia.”

The words of Lewandowski make sense, since Borussia really signed five players. The newcomers included Thorgan Hazard, Julian Brandt, Nico Schulz, as well as local celebrities at Signal Iduna Park - Paco Alcacer and Mats Hummels.

Borussia bought Alcácer from Barcelona, and he has already paid off for the trust in two matches, giving an assist and scoring three goals. As for Hummels, this is his second coming to Dortmund after Bayern. Having mixed his youth with experience, Lucien Favre continues to construct a dream team, as if it’s from Lego. Niko Kovacs has more expensive details and has practically no right to make a mistake, despite the resignation of the president of the club, Uli Hoeness.

Robben, Ribery and Hummels left Bayern since May. Of the new high-quality players, only Coutinho came, in the words of Lewandowski. Of course, Kovac still has a strong roster that can fight for the championship, but time will tell how everything will be in the Champions League, since Tottenham, Olympiacos and Crvena Zvezda are waiting for them.