Robert Lewandowski cautioned the Clean public group not to misjudge Mexico in front of their Gathering C World Cup conflict on November 22, underlining El Tri's expected will "muddle the game."
"Mexico will complicate the game for us, but the first game will be important for us. Because if we win, the players will be more confident. We know the potential of Mexico, we will fight, we want to win and when we see that the players from Mexico have the quality, the full-backs are good, and we are prepared to stop the attack,"
"We are aware that the defenders will go towards me and I will be covered, but we know it. I think other players will use the fact that everyone will mark me and there will be more space, we are prepared for this. We are ready for this," he said.
Poland has neglected to progress from the gathering stage in their last three World Cup appearances, overseeing just three focuses in the 2018, 2006 and 2002 releases. Be that as it may, Lewandowski stays sure the group can win this year.
"The pressure that comes with the expectations of our fans and the nation as a whole is massive and I'm well aware of it. I have to and want to feel motivated to show them what I can do on the football pitch," Lewandowski told FIFA.