Lewandowski retains Polish Player of the Year crown

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For a change, Robert Lewandowski failed to score in Leverkusen, but the FCB striker still claimed a prestigious accolade on Saturday evening: Lewandowski was named Polish Footballer of the Year, and for the fifth time in succession! The 27-year-old, who was already named Polish Sports Personality of the Year in January, won the official poll organised by respected football magazine Pilka Nozna. "I'm very happy. 2015 was a wonderful year, for me and for all Polish fans. I hope it will continue in 2016 and that I'll be successful with FC Bayern and the Poland squad," the forward commented.

Two milestones for FCB stars

Congratulations! FC Bayern captain Philipp Lahm made his 350th Bundesliga appearance in the top clash away to Leverkusen, and striker Lewandowski made his 50th league appearance for the German record champions.

Carnival at the Erlebniswelt

It is Carnival time in Germany, and the next FC Bayern Erlebniswelt family day on 8 February (Carnival Monday) will be dedicated to the traditional celebrations: younger visitors can explore their creative talents as they paint their faces and get immersed in handicrafts. Admission is free for kids in typical Carnival costumes.


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