Robert Lewandowski poses with LEGO Ballon d'Or

Robert Lewandowski finally gets his hands on the Ballon d’Or… but it’s only the LEGO version! Bayern Munich star poses for a snap after his chances of winning the real thing were ruined after it was cancelled due to Covid-19

  • Robert Lewandowski has been awarded a lego version of the 2020 Ballon d’Or
  • Polish rapper Quebonafide built Lewandowski his own version of the award
  • It came following the cancellation of the Ballon d’Or ceremony due to Covid-19    
  • Lewandowski would have been the frontrunner given his success over the year  

Robert Lewandowski has been awarded a LEGO version of the Ballon d’Or from Polish rapper Quebonafide.

Lewandowski took to Instagram to pose with the LEGO structure after the 2020 Ballon d’Or was cancelled due to the coronavirus pandemic. 

Lewandowski – who was recently named UEFA Men’s Player of the Year – would have been a serious contender for the award after he won the Bundesliga, DFB-Pokal and Champions League treble with Bayern in 2019-20. 

Bayern Munich’s Robert Lewandowski has been awarded a LEGO version of the Ballon d’Or

Lewandowski was also the top scorer in each competition with a total of 55 goals in 47 games.

The striker took to Instagram to pose alongside and thank Quebonafide for the ‘great trophy’ he built. 

Fans were quick to comment on the post, with one saying: ‘So unlucky but you are the best Number 9! Keep it up Lewandowski’ 

While another added: ‘[You] Deserve the real one’ 

Lewandowski was a frontrunner for the real thing before it was cancelled due to the pandemic

Fans were quick to comment on the post, telling Lewandowski he deserved to win the award

Lewandowski was recently named UEFA Men’s Player of the Year after an impressive year

Bayern Munich’s Alphonso Davies was equally disappointed that Lewandowski was unable to pick up the 2020 Ballon d’Or due to the cancellation of the ceremony. 

He told he Bundesliga’s official channel: ‘Lewandowski is a guy who scores goals for fun and he is a great player.

‘The thing that upset most of us was that he did not win the Ballon d’Or this year because they cancelled it. 

‘This year was his year because he won everything that there is to win at club level and he was the best goalscorer and best player.  

Alphonso Davies was equally disappointed that Lewandowski was unable to pick up the award




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