Paris: Poland striker Robert Lewandowski is tipping Germany to win Euro 2016, but it will not stop the Bundesliga star trying to shoot down the world champions when the sides meet today. Lewandowski proved his reputation as one of the world's best strikers as he finished top scorer with 13 goals in qualifying.
Poland captain Robert Lewandowski (centre) trains along with teammates at the team base in La Baule on Tuesday. Pic/AFP
After beating Northern Ireland 1-0 in their opening match at Euro 2016, Lewandowski wants to again down their neighbours to put Poland in the knock-out phase and top of Group C. "For me, Germany are the favourites for the whole tournament, but anything can happen.
We have to stay calm and be confident against them," said Lewandowski. "No fear, no stress — we also need to have some fun against them. The know me very well, but we all know each other well," he said.
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