Golden Ball. Zbigniew Boniek comments on Messi’s triumph. At UEFA, they talk about Lewandowski

In the Champions League studio, the UEFA vice-president Zbigniew Boniek commented on the results of the “France Football” plebiscite. Boniek does not think that Lewandowski’s second place this year is a big scandal. However, he says how the Bayern striker has been treated since the 2020 Golden Ball was canceled is not entirely fair.

– The hot comment is that great harm was done to Robert. First of all, he was greatly harmed that the Golden Ball was not awarded in 2020. I don’t know why it could have been denied. All the games were played, then Robert won the Champions League, the German championship, the German Cup, the German Super Cup, he was the top scorer, he deserved one hundred percent. If we look only at 2021, there were players who won more than Robert. The first is Jorginho, who won the Champions League with Chelsea and the European Championship with Italy. However, we thought that the accumulation that took place would make Robert win – said Boniek.

Boniek was also asked if UEFA was talking about the Golden Ball. It seems that there is also a perception among football activists that Robert Lewandowski was harmed in some way.

– This is not a gala or ranking organized by UEFA, but by “France Football”. Sometimes we talk about such topics because we like to talk about football. When it comes to “gossip”, about what squeaks in the grass, almost everyone says clearly that Robert was deceived, that, as the Italians say, he was “twisted”. It seems to me that just as Robert could have lost this year, he would be against someone else, not Messi – revealed the UEFA vice president.

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David Martin is the lead editor for Spark Chronicles. David has been working as a freelance journalist.

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