Lewandowska published a touching photo. “Memories”

Lewandowska published a touching photo. "Memories"

The eyes of fans from all over the world have been watching what is happening at the Signal Iduna Park football stadium in Dortmund for an hour. On June 25, the Polish team is fighting for the honorary goal with France. France, on the other hand, wants to take 1st place in Group D. Anna Lewandowska is rooting for the footballers from Poland. The place brought back many memories, and the coach shared one of them with Internet users.

She posted a touching photo of her daughters on social media.

Anna Lewandowska in Dortmund. She’s been cheering on her husband from these stands for more than the first time

Anna Lewandowska published several photos online. “Memories,” she noted in the description. The stadium reminded the wife of the FC Barcelona striker of the old days, when in the years 2010-2014 she was in the stands many times to – like on June 25 in the match between Poland and France – support her husband, who was then playing for Borussia Dortmund. A decade has passed since those times associated with nostalgia. The second photo, published by WAG (as footballers’ wives are called in the British press, among others), features 7-year-old Klara and 4-year-old Laura. It was taken in the middle of Signal Iduna Park.

The media also wrote extensively about the coach in the context of the Polish national team a few weeks ago. That day, the team faced Ukraine – ultimately winning 3:1. The match took place at the PGE National Stadium in Warsaw.

Although “Lewy” was not in the squad at that time, the smiling wife of the Catalan club’s striker could be seen in the stands. Internet users’ attention was drawn to her styling. That day, the WAG opted for an expressive look with leather elements. She showed up in a “little black dress”, to which she matched original accessories.

A match for honor

In the context of the Poland-France match, it is worth adding that this is a match for honour. The Poles no longer have a chance to advance to Euro 2024 – it is different in the case of France, which may even win the coveted trophy, according to experts. It must be admitted that the players led by “Lewy” did very well in the first half of the match. Ultimately, thanks to the FC Barcelona striker, the match ended 1:1.

France has won the Euro twice in history – in 1984 and 2000. The first time they beat Spain – 2-0, and the second time they beat Italy – 2-1.

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