Robert Lewandowski wins 'Goal 50'

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Mr. Unstoppable continues to busily pick up gong after gong, with Robert Lewandowski now winning this year's edition of 'Goal 50' in the male category. Football website goal.com annually honours the best footballers in the world. FC Bayern's top goalscorer prevailed over Kevin de Bruyne (Manchester City) and Lionel Messi (FC Barcelona).

"Awards like this mean a lot to me. Of course, football is a team sport, but individual titles show that the work you personally put in every day pays off," Lewandowski told goal.com. "As long as you play football, you have to stay hungry. Getting to the top is difficult, but staying at the top is even harder. At the end of your career you can look back and enjoy the titles you have won."

Six Bayern players in the top 25

In total, there were six Bayern players honoured in the top 25 male footballers of the year. Alongside Lewandowski are Thomas Müller (9th), Joshua Kimmich (11th), Serge Gnabry (16th), Alphonso Davies (20th) and Manuel Neuer (21st).

At the beginning of October, Lewandowski won European Footballer of the Year:


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