Jamie Carragher Hilariously Pretends To Translate Robert Lewandowski's Polish Interview
Lewandowski spoke to the media after Bayern's 1-0 win over Paris Saint-Germain saw the German giants crowned European champions for a sixth time.
Carragher covered the game for CBS Sports and after revealing he learnt Polish at school, he decided to give translation a go.
However, his translation saw him slide in a few compliments for Jurgen Klopp as well as a dig at Inter Milan striker Romelu Lukaku.
We've heard @kate_abdo translate in real-time.
How about a little Polish Lewandowski translation for @Carra23 :grin: pic.twitter.com/XoP2aeuAA9
- Champions League on CBS Sports (@UCLonCBSSports) August 23, 2020
"Best feeling of his life," the Liverpool legend translated.
"Can't believe it's happened after losing the last final [2013 with Borussia Dortmund] against Bayern Munich. This time he's won it.
"He blames Klopp for that. Just disappointed he never got on the scoresheet, he feels that may have got him the Ballon d'Or, something he missed out on.
"I think this proves I am the best number 9 and not Lukaku."
Roberto Martinez was in the studio alongside Carragher and Belgian national team manager, he leapt to Lukaku's defence.
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Lewandowski winning the Champions League caps off a fine season which has seen him score 55 goals in all competitions.
Following the game, he took to Instagram to post a poignant message telling fans to "never give up."
"Never stop dreaming. Never give up when you fail," he begun.
"Work hard to achieve your goal. Thank you for your support, for believing in our abilities. We are the Champions of Europe!"
He didn't manage to get on the score sheet last night but he did hit the post in the first half.
The forward's shot beat PSG goalkeeper Keylor Navas, only for his effort to bounce off the post.
Lewandowski strikes the woodwork! :x:
NEARLY goal :one::six: in this season's Champions League...#UCLfinal pic.twitter.com/K7X7sKEAiW
- Football on BT Sport #Club2020 (@btsportfootball) August 23, 2020
Bayern's winner came from former PSG youngster Kingsley Coman, who headed home a fine Joshua Kimmich cross.
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