Robert Lewandowski has been crowned the Best FIFA Men's Player for 2021, which means the 33-year-old forward has successfully defended his title from the previous year. Lewandowski finished ahead of Lionel Messi of PSG and Mohamed Salah of Liverpool. 'I am incredibly honored, pleased, and thrilled.'
is a Polish expert football player
who is the leader of the
Poland national team
and competes as a striker for Bundesliga club Bayern Munich
. Lewandowski is regarded as one of the finest strikers of all time, and is also one of the most prominent players in Bundesliga history, thanks to his positioning, skill, and finishing. Throughout his senior career, he has scored over 500 goals for the national side.
He began his football
career as an
untrained player for the club team
, Partyzant Leszno
. He joined MKS Varsovia Warsaw in 1997, after playing for seven years
as a teenager. The next year, he transferred to Delta Warsaw, where he eventually made it into the first squad, scoring four goals towards the conclusion of the season. Lewandowski scored 15 goals in the
third division in 2006–07, assisting Znicz Pruszków to achieve promotion. With 21 goals the next season, he was the leading scorer in Poland's second-highest level.