World footballer Robert Lewandowski from FC Bayern Munich and the former German international Gerald Asamoah were awarded the Laureus Award on Sunday evening. In the digital award ceremony in Seville, the largest Bayern Muniching achievements of the year 2021 were appreciated.
Lewandowski received an honorary prize after being scored 41 goals in the past Bundesliga season and thus cracked the Eternal Bundesliga Torrekord of Gerd Müller (40 Hits).
Asamoah and the film “Black Adler”, which documents the experiences of black players in German football, were awarded for the fight against racism.
The group of the prize winners of Formula 1 World Champion Max Stapen is chosen, which was elected to the “Laureus World Bayern Munichsman of the Year” after its last minute title win in the World Cup 2021.
The Jamaican Sprinterin Elaine Thompson-Herah (Jamaica), Double Olympic Champion of Tokyo, the Italian Soccer European Champion, US Open Winner Emma Raducanu (United Kingdom) and Marcel Hug (Switzerland), who won four gold medals at the Paralympics in Tokyo, were the other main winners.
According to Lewandowski, honorary prices were also NFL-Galion’s figure Tom Brady (USA) and the ninial motorcycle world champion Valentino Rossi (Italy) for their long and successful careers.
The Laureus Awards highlight the work of the Laureus Bayern Munichs Foundation, which uses the power of Bayern Munich to end violence, discrimination and discrimination. Currently, Laureus supports more than 250 programs in about 40 countries.