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Lewandowski's Football Boots

Robert Lewandowski currently laces-up in the attack inspired and aggressive looking Phantom Venom engineered by Nike and poses as one of the headline players for the silo after declaring himself as arguably the most feared striker in world football through ruthless finishing and a prolific goal scoring record - including an unbelievable five goals in just nine minutes against his previous club BVB Dortmund.

Lewandowski has been an avid wearer of Nike silos designed for ferocious ball striking throughout his career, seeing the Polish sensation previously adorning the Total90 V whilst in the yellow and black shirt of BVB Dortmund and the Hypervenom Phantom II and III before switching to the Nike Phantom line.

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Lewandowski's Boots

Robert Lewandowski was born on the 21st of August 1988 in Warsaw, Poland. 'Lewa' achieved the Bundesliga Top Goalscorer in the 2013/14 season which saw the goal scoring machine make the switch to German giants Bayern Munich in a free-transfer, a true steal. Lewa's combining attributes of power, heading ability, venomous ball striking, and sublime foot work for his 6ft height makes the number 9 an unplayable opponent on his day.

Lewa began playing football from an early age and showcased potential future star quality before being signed by Polish clubs Znich Pruszkow and Lech Poznan, scoring 36 and 32 goals respectively in under 60 appearances for each club thus displaying his killer instinct in front of goal.

Lewa's impressive goal scoring record earned the player a high profile move to the 'yellow wall' of BVB Dortmund to adorn the Signal Iduna Park in front of the passionate fans. After settling into the team after his first season with Dortmund, Lewa stamped his mark on the Bundesliga and European football through 30, 36, and 28 goals being notched over his next three seasons which saw the Bundesliga title being achieved twice and helped his club reach the prestigious Champions League Final.

Posing as one of the most clinical strikers within the game, Lewa and Dortmund received substantial transfer offers to gain the player's services however due to the expiring of his contract Lewy made his want-away switch to rivals Bayern Munich on a free transfer.

Lewy has laced-up the Hypervenom silo throughout his time with Bayern of which has seen the player achieve great success both individually and as a club, seeing the player receive a signature Hypervenom Phantom II boot from Nike and act as a headline representative for the brand.

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