Bayern Munich has announced on their official website that striker Robert Lewandowski will be sidelined for four weeks with a hamstring injury sustained in Sunday’s Champions League defeat.
The Poland striker has been ruled out of Wednesday’s World Cup qualifier against England at Wembley with a knee injury.
The 32-year-old Bayern Munich midfielder struggled until he was substituted in Sunday’s 3-0 win over Andorra, scoring twice.
The Polish Football Association has ruled him out for up to 10 days with a hamstring injury, but Lewandowski will now have to make an impact if he is to feature in Bayern’s next match against Paris St-Germain. The semi-finals of the Champions League in the next nine days and he has already travelled to Germany for a medical.
Bayern Munich’s chief medical officer has revealed that they are working hard to ensure that the player is fit to play for the country and hope he recovers before next week.
The Bayern Munich boss said: “It is unfortunate that the player is suffering from a hamstring injury but that it will not affect them in the Bundesliga and Champions League campaign.