Robert Lewandowski has become the "most complete striker in the world", according to his former Borussia Dortmund teammate Ilkay Gundogan.
Gundogan and Lewandowski both played for Borussia, before Lewandowski left and joined Bayern Munich in 2014. Gundogan left two years later to join Manchester City.
The 29-year-old midfielder kept a close eye on Lewandowski despite they are not teammates anymore.
Lewandowski is unstoppable this season, he scored 25 goals in 23 games in the Bundesliga, and in total for every competition, the Pole scored 39 goals.
"It was a huge joy to play with him. He improved again and again," said Gundogan in a recent interview for DAZN.
"Technically he was always great, now he also has the coldness. The way he scored the goals is phenomenal.
"For me [he is] currently the best, most complete striker in the world."
Recently, Lewandowski reveals that Sergio Ramos and Cristiano Ronaldo have tried to pursue him to join the Spanish giants Real Madrid, after a Champions League game three years ago.
It might turn out that the suspended season is good for the striker as he was suffering from a knee injury, after the game against Chelsea in the Champions League. It was confirmed that he picked up the injury during the game, but finished the match anyway.
Lewandowski is for sure one of the best strikers in the world at the moment as he is a real goal machine. His control over the ball, his finishing and ability to play with his head perfectly, make him for sure one of the most deadliest strikers and complete players out there.