Bayern Munich forward, Robert Lewandowski, has revealed that scoring goals would be more earnestly for Lionel Messi when the Paris Saint-Germain forward arrives at the age of Cristiano, Thetimesgh reports.
Messi is as of now 34, two years more youthful than Manchester United superstar Ronaldo, and has found life somewhat troublesome since leaving Barcelona for PSG.
The Argentine genius has only two Ligue1 goals to his name this season after joining the club the previous summer while Ronaldo has scored eight Premier League goals with battling Manchester United.
Lewandowski trusts that in spite of the fact that Ronaldo will not have the option to score 50 to 60 goals in a season any longer, however would positively hit 30 to 40 goals when Manchester United comeback to form.
“Ronaldo is three-and-a-half years more established than me yet scores a great goals. Yet, he changed the club, changed strategies, his team isn’t effective all of the time. Whenever his team recovers balance, he can begin scoring goals once more,” Lewandowski told PilkaNozna (as caught by @iMiaSanMia).
“He used to have incredible numbers, incomprehensible numbers, today they are ‘super’ great numbers. He’s presumably not going to score 60 goals in a year any longer, however 30 and 40 are as yet having an effect,” Lewandowski said.
“The assumptions for him are very unique. Furthermore Messi is an alternate kind of player. It will be more enthusiastically for him at the age of Cristiano to remain at his goal-scoring level.”