The Poland international striker says he was really annoyed with his club mate after he missed out on the chance of being the Bundesliga’s top scorer award by a lone goal margin.
Robert Lewandowski had another brilliant season in manager Carlo Ancelotti’s first season in charge as he helped the club retain the Bundesliga with 43 goals for the club in all competition this season in 47 appearances.
He, however, couldn’t take home the Bundesliga golden boot as he was beaten to the personal honour by former teammate Pierre-Emerick Aubamaeyang who finished the season with 31 goals over Lewandoski 30 in the league.
The Poland international told the reporters while away on international duties with the Polish national that he was angry that he lost out on that honour but as moved on from the incident.
“I was angry with my teammates because I felt they should have done more to assist me especially during the final game if the season. I was really disappointed because I would have scored at least one goal. So I was really angry.” He said.
The Bayern striker Lewandowski couldn’t score a goal in his last game of the season as his side went on to defeat Freiburg 4 goals to win.
Final day tussle
The Gabon international Aubamayang, on the other hand, scored two goals as Dortmund ended their Bundesliga season with a breathtaking performance at home which saw them defeat Werder Bremen 4-3.
The focus is now on the World Cup qualifier as club activities are close until July for most European clubs.