Not bad for a year’s work! Robert Lewandowski celebrates his remarkable 2020 by posing in bed alongside the 12 main trophies and individual prizes the Bayern Munich star has collected in the last 12 months
Robert Lewandowski is justifiably in a satisfied mood after showcasing his incredible trophy haul in 2020 whilst lying in bed.
The Bayern Munich star has enjoyed an incredible year and took to social media to display just how successful it has been.
The 32-year-old posed topless under his duvet and joked ‘Woke up like this – version upgraded,’ with an array of silverware surrounding himself – he had posted a similar picture with the Champions League trophy earlier in the year.
Robert Lewandowksi shows off his trophy haul Champions League (left) Bundesliga (bottom)
To his right is the iconic European Cup, which Bayern claimed in August with a 1-0 win over Paris Saint-Germain.
The gold trophy to his left is the DFB-Pokal (the German Cup) – Lewandowski scored twice in the final to help Bayern beat Bayer Leverkusen 4-2.
Bayern’s other team trophies claimed in 2020 were the Bundesliga, which is the large plate at the bottom of the picture, the German Super Cup and the UEFA Super Cup, which are the silver trophies to the left and right respectively.
His astonishing goal scoring record of 55 goals in 47 matches in the 2019-20 season, which included 34 in the Bundesliga and 15 in the Champions League meant the Polish striker also picked up a plethora of individual awards too.
The 32-year-old Polish striker scored an incredible 45 goals across all competitions this year
He was crowned Bundesliga Player of the Year (trophy next to UEFA Super Cup with the golden ball) and the league’s top scorer (the cannon trophy).
The golden ball in the glass box is the prize for winning Tuttosport’s Golden Player Award and the similar looking trophy to the left is his Globe Soccer Award.
The Bayern striker was also named UEFA’s Forward of the Year. Lewandowski scored in every Champions League game he played in last season with the exception of the final.
That trophy is the small silver Champions League ball which is located above his Bundesliga Player of the Year award.
Lewandowski with the Globe Soccer Award which he won in Dubai earlier this month
Lastly are the most significant individual gongs; the silver headless player trophy is UEFA Men’s Player of The Year.
The trophy haul is completed by FIFA’s The Best Men’s player 2020 award, which Lewandowski has his right hand on. He saw off the twin threats of Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo to be named the No 1 male footballer in the world this year.
The only trophy missing from his collection was the Ballon d’Or. He was the favourite to scoop that gong as well, however organisers scrapped this year’s prize due to Covid-19.
Including various personal accolades and team trophies, Lewandowksi’s haul stands at more than 25 different awards in 2020. He also finished off the year with 45 goals across all competitions.