In Warsaw, Andriy Shevchenko, former AC Milan and Chelsea soccer star, handed Robert Lewandowski, the new Barcelona soccer player, a captain's armband in the colors of Ukraine. Donating the armband to the Barcelona forward, Shevchenko said: "This armband represents energy and attachment to the country.
Thanks again, this is yours." Lewandowski, who has always been close to the Ukrainian people, added: "Thank you, I'm proud because I know what it means to support the Ukrainian people. I know what it means to fight for freedom.
As Poles we know our history and the will to help is clear to me. our Ukrainian neighbors. I am very happy, grateful and honored to be able to wear this sash. I will take it with me to the World Cup as a reminder that the Ukrainian people are not alone and are not forgotten."
Robert Lewandowski dreams the Ballon d'Or
As reported by Marca, Robert Lewandowski made an initial assessment of his new adventure at Barcelona, also underlining some passages regarding the possibility of one day winning the Ballon d'Or.
He said: "I didn't expect chants for me right away at Camp Nou. It makes me feel like I've been here for a long time and makes me very happy. The move here to Barcelona has given me even greater awareness. I know I was caught for scoring goals.
and be decisive. I know that Barcelona has had the most players who have won the Ballon d'Or so I think the road to winning it is shorter from here than at Bayern Munich. or at least equalize it. It gave us confirmation that we can impose our game against anyone."