One of the dominant forces in world club football has been Bayern Munich in Germany. Their control over the territory supersedes any other as they have lifted every trophy they came across in 2020.
Under their new coach Hans-Dieter Flick, Bayern Munich won the UEFA Champions league, the German Bundesliga among other with an outstanding team performance.
Their run to winning 5 trophies in 2020 had the likes of Robert Lewandowski who has been instrumental and clinical in front of goal for his side. His scoring ability and contributions towards every game was significant and earned him a place in the final shortlist of the FIFA Best Men player of the year under review award.
With many tipping the award to go to the Polish national, many also see it going to the previous contenders Lionel Andrea Messi and Cristaino Ronaldo but it was time for Lewy to get his hands over the prestigious award.
On the night, after all tabulation and compromise, the best deserving player was crowned ‘FIFA Best Men Player’ and was no other that Robert Lewandowski.