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Robert Lewandowski Smashes Fan's Phone With Incredible Pinpoint Shot On Training Ground

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Robert Lewandowski Smashes Fan's Phone With Incredible Pinpoint Shot On Training Ground

Robert Lewandowksi showcased his deadly accuracy in a training session ahead of Poland's opening game in Group E, leaving one fan on the sidelines with a smashed phone.

The 32-year-old striker, considered by many as the most prolific striker in world football, comes into this summer's competition with another prolific season at Bayern Munich under his belt.

He netted 53 goals in 47 games for club and country, breaking Gerd Muller's single-season Bundesliga goalscoring record by bagging 41 goals in just 29 league games.

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With the experienced forward in arguably the form of his life, Lewandowski is once again expected to be involved in the goals for Paulo Sousa's side at this summer's tournament.

And it seems his accuracy is still on point after such a long season, with a clip of him nailing the tiny target of an iPhone during Poland's most recent training session.

How has he managed this?

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Lewandowski will be hoping to get on the scoresheet in their opener against Slovakia on Monday afternoon, and he will no doubt be a major factor in whether Poland manage to get out of their group or not.

They face a tough test against Sweden in their second game in Group E before facing three-time winners Spain.

Poland boss Paulo Sousa knows how key the presence of Lewandowski will be in the coming weeks.

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"He's majorly important as the quality he has raises our level and you can see a country relying on him," he told UEFA.

"He is always a very sensible boy, he always wants to perform. You can see all that he has achieved so far. He needs to have discipline, ambition, he always needs to push himself to the maximum.

"We are working on heading in that direction where we can have a team that is balanced, organised, aggressive with players who at certain moments of the game, spend two or three times more energy to get up and support him, where in the key moments he needs to make a difference.

Image credit: PA
Image credit: PA
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Topics: Football, Robert Lewandowski, Bayern Munich, Bundesliga

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