Robert Lewandowski left it late to break Gerd Muller’s long-standing goalscoring record in the final minute of the Bundesliga campaign after notching his 41st of the season to break the record.
After the former Manchester City winger, Leroy Sane, saw his shot deflected, Lewandowski was there to pick up the scraps as he calmly rounded the keeper to score Bayern Munich’s fifth of the evening.
Lewandowski has been unplayable for Bayern this season, and he has proven why he’s considered the best striker in the world.
And now, before he goes jetting off around Europe with the Polish national side this summer, Lewandowski can get some well-deserved rest at his £7million apartment.
Despite plying his trade in Germany, for the past decade, Lewandowski ensures he has a place in his home town of Warsaw to stay.
And he splashed out a whopping £7million on a pad in the luxury residential tower Zlota 44.
In an interview with Luxurious Magazine, he explained his decision: “It is important in my profession to always have world-class training facilities on-hand.
“And now I’m just a short elevator ride from a full-size swimming pool, fully-equipped gym, luxury spa area, as well as treatment and massage rooms.
“This was essential for me as it allows me at any given moment to complete my training program in the best surroundings.”
Zlota 44 was named as ‘Europe’s Best Residential Tower’ in 2016, and it’s easy to see why: there’s state-of-the-art sports facilities, a private cinema, a golf simulator and a wine room with a capacity of 10,000 bottles.
Apartments don’t come cheap, however, and standard apartments cost between £242,000 and £1.9million – and they can cost up to £7million for apartments similar to Lewandowski’s.
Lewandowski attention will now turn to the Euro’s, where only has two goals to his name.
However, he may not be a Bayern player coming off the back of the tournament, with Chelsea reportedly monitoring his situation in Bavaria.
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