The Polish player to take part in the fight against coronavirus.
Bayern striker Robert Lewandowski was put up for auction their new jerseys with a match in the Bundesliga against Schalke. In that match, the pole scored a hat-trick.
The player takes part in the project Less-App, so the proceeds for t-shirt funds will go to help Polish hospitals, which, like many others, faced with the pandemic coronavirus.
“That’s my shirt, where I played a Bundesliga match against Schalke. In this game I scored a hat-trick. I put it up for auction in the framework of the project Less-App. The money from the sale will be donated to the Polish hospitals,” wrote Lewandowski.
Less-App is a project dealing with selling things famous people for charity.
Note that in Poland recorded 5955 infections COVID-19, 181 case ended with a lethal outcome.
Recall that Lionel Messi donated a large sum to the hospital in Barcelona to combat coronavirus.
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