Bayern Munich striker Robert Lewandowski mentioned the packed soccer schedule over the subsequent few years is a significant downside as gamers will battle to ship their finest when there may be little time for restoration.
The Pole performed 60 matches for membership and nation since soccer restarted final Could following the COVID-19 stoppage and the 32-year-old, who broke Gerd Mueller’s Bundesliga goal-scoring file for a single season, mentioned high quality will undoubtedly undergo when gamers are pushed too far.
“So many individuals neglect we’re people, we’re not machines, we can’t play each day on the highest stage of efficiency,” Lewandowski instructed The Occasions in an interview.
“For soccer and for younger gamers, that would be the massive downside, to remain on the prime for a few years, as a result of now and possibly the subsequent two years, that will probably be excessive: so many massive video games.”
Lewandowski, who will carry Poland’s hopes at this summer season’s European Championship, mentioned it’s not solely gamers who will undergo from too many video games.
“Even for the followers, I feel so many video games will probably be extra boring as a result of for those who anticipate the video games longer, there’s extra expectation, that feeling that you just’ve been ready for this,” he added.
“The standard of video games will go down. It’s not potential to stick with this high quality on the highest with so many video games.”