Poland's Robert Lewandowski looks dejected REUTERS/John Sibley
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Sadly, unless he manages to grab a hatful again in the final group match against Japan Thursday – a dead rubber for the Poles – Rodriguez will have nothing to remember at all.Playing at what could be his first and last World Cup, Lewandowski drew a blank in his first two matches in Russia, lending credence to doubts about his ability to score goals on the biggest of stages.He mustered only one goal at Euro 2012 and another at Euro 2016 as the Poles reached the quarterfinals, while his record in the latter stages of the Champions League for Bayern is also patchy.
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