The absence of clean-star Robert Lewandowski from Bayern Munich for a period of time was confirmed anyway a month later, after he returned from his home campus due to a knee injury.
The 32-year-old suffered an external knee injury while he was concerned about Poland's 3-0 victory over Andorra in the 2022 World Cup qualifiers.
Moreover, as the Bavarian club indicated in an announcement of the authority, Lewandowski will clearly avoid any match for his group until the end of next April.
A painful blow
The unexpected injury preceded Bayern Munich's continuation of their career in the Bundesliga, with the outbreak of a struggle against their quest for Leipzig, next Saturday, in the structure of the 27th round.
This match is of utmost importance to the Bavarian group in its street to protect its title for the tenth consecutive season, because, assuming it wins, it will extend the distinction with the runner up to 7 points, while it will work on the psychology of one point in the event of misfortune.
Also, it won't stop there, but Lewandowski's failure to appear will extend to two relentless matches against Paris Saint-Germain, in the Champions League quarter-finals.
This is on the basis that the two matches will take place approximately fourteen days from now, during which time the Polish striker will recover from the injury.
In the Bundesliga, the best part on the planet should in any case miss 5 matches against "Leipzig, Union Berlin, Wolfsburg, Bayer Leverkusen and Mainz".