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Documentary on the life story of Lewandowski on the road to fame

Bayern Munich striker Robert Lewandowski is preparing to record a new documentary about his life.

According to the Bayern Munich network on Twitter, the title of the documentary has not yet been determined, but it is likely that it will be in the same name as the bachelor thesis that Lewandowski wrote about himself at the Mathematical University in Warsaw, which is: “RL9.. the way to fame,” and the network said that it is scheduled The movie will be shown in 2022

For his part, Lewandowski said: "We want to present the story of the ups and downs, and the strengths and weaknesses that were not presented, to present events as they actually happened."

"The documentary should show many aspects of my career that are of interest to football fans, I hope viewers who don't watch football regularly will appreciate the many small details," he added.

"I want the documentary to inspire children who dream of achieving big things but don't think they can," Leva continued.

Lewandowski scored 41 goals in the German league last season to win the European Golden Boot award, knowing that he exceeded Gerd Muller's number for the number of goals scored in one season of the German League, and scored 40 goals in one season, and held for 49 years.

Lewandowski's goals helped Bayern Munich win the German League title for the ninth time in a row.

Online, Lewandowski's rise to stardom has not been an easy journey, which is what the Polish striker wants to show in the documentary.

Christoph Schneider, Managing Director of Prime Video in Germany, said Lewandowski's story is not only about success, but also about the difficulties and setbacks he had to overcome in his career, and about his great will to achieve great things in the end.

Lewandowski joined Bayern Munich in the summer of 2014 on a free transfer after the end of his contract with Borussia Dortmund.

Lewandowski scored 294 goals and assisted 65 in 329 games with Bayern Munich, while he scored 103 goals and provided 42 assists in 187 games with Borussia Dortmund.

Lewandowski's contract with Bayern Munich expires in the summer of 2023.