- Robert Lewandowski channeled his inner Ronaldinho during his presentation as a Barcelona player at the Camp Nou
- The legendary Poland striker joined the five-time Champions League winners from Bayern Munich in a £42.5m deal
- Lewandowski run at the Allianz Arena didn’t end on the best of notes as he asked to leave at the end of last season
Poland international Robert Lewandowski was officially unveiled as a player for Spanish giants FC Barcelona on Friday afternoon.
The 33-year-old sealed a move to the Blaugrana this summer, penning a 3-year contract thereby ending his 8-year relationship with Bayern Munich.
The Pole had forced a move away from the Bundesliga giants after handing in a transfer request following a falling out with the club’s hierarchy.
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The Pole did a few skills in front of an adoring crowd – and he well and truly put on a show.
But what really caught the fans' attention was one particular trick - Lewandowski balancing the ball on his lips.
Many remembered Ronaldinho doing the same during his presentation in 2003.
It's unclear whether this was a special tribute or a simple coincidence. What is certain is that the fans are as excited about Lewandowski as they were about Ronnie back in the day.
Robert Lewandowski Names Former Real Madrid Star as Toughest Player he Ever Faced
Speaking during an interview with ESPN, the 33-year-old said Sergio Ramos is the toughest defender he had come up against throughout his illustrious career.
Robert Lewandowski has crossed swords with Real Madrid 8 times, netting 6 goals. Out of the six, the Poland captain registered five goals in the 2012/13 season when he played for Borussia Dortmund.
Barcelona Forward Robert Lewandowski Returns to Bayern Munich For Proper Send Off Ceremony
Sports Brief reported earlier that Robert Lewandowski has flown back to Munich to officially say goodbye to his Bayern teammates after signing for Barcelona.
The Polish striker’s run at the Allianz Arena didn’t end on the best of notes as he asked to leave at the end of last season.
The Bundesliga giants were reluctant to sell but eventually agreed on a deal with Barcelona, penning a 3-year contract thereby ending his 8-year relationship with Bayern.