Robert Lewandowski finally silenced his critics. But the storm won’t stop –
The storm will not stop. Is there another fire in Barcelona’s penalty area?
Absolutely. Did Xavi Hernandez’s team seem prepared for a change of coach?
Indeed. Has a Spanish referee caused another scandal?
Absolutely. Can Robert Lewandowski be criticized again?
No. That’s a good thing.
Did Vitor Roque’s motivation work? Was it a response to uncomfortable reports about Lewandowski?
Or is the truth completely different? While the entire Polish football community was celebrating Lewandowski’s noble gesture of inviting his Barcelona teammates to his home to unite in difficult times, unnoticed revelations by Gerard Romero went over the Vistula.
“Robert Lewandowski’s breakthrough! He started scoring in the match against Deportivo Alaves,” a popular Catalan journalist, Gerard Romero, openly spoke about the problem in Barcelona’s dressing room regarding Guendogan and Lewandowski, who do not believe in the coach and cause trouble for Xavi.
These words were strong and not surprising to Spanish football expert Piotr Urban. Even if Romero’s reports are true, Guendogan and Lewandowski cannot be denied credit for architecting Barcelona’s first goal in the match against Deportivo Alaves.
It was a fast response from Samu Omorodion. The Brazilian scored after being on the field for only 13 minutes.
Lewandowski showed composure and sportsmanship throughout the match, even calming his teammates during disputes. The victory did not erase criticism of the referees.
Barcelona’s future would be better served if their president focused on finding a new coach, and Xavi prepared the team for the upcoming matches. The article ends with a call to stay updated on Google News.