Robert Lewandowski gets three-match ban after enduring World Cup heartbreak.

After Robert Lewandowski's Poland were eliminated from the World Cup, the Spanish footballing organisation RFEF confirmed that he will face a three-match ban for his club.

Two of Lewandowski's goals helped Poland advance through the group stage, once against Saudi Arabia and once in the round of 16. However, the Polish team ultimately lost the 

tournament to France, the defending champions. In Poland's first match, a 0-0 tie with Mexico at Stadium 974, he also missed a penalty.On December 31, Barcelona will resume its 

LaLiga season with a rivalry against Espanyol. Their leading scorer, though, will be sitting this one out after RFEF confirmed the suspension he will serve for a red card he

received before the season's midpoint.In Barca's last league game before the break, Lewandowski was sent off for two yellow cards, and Gerard Pique, who came off the bench,

was also sent off. Despite the victory, Xavi's squad lost three games because of Lewandowski's behavior after he was sent out.“The sole ambition for me is to win the World Cup,” 

stated Mbappe. The PSG striker scored a brace in the round of 16 to take the lead in the Golden Boot standings, but he has his sights set on a second consecutive World Cup after

scoring in the 2018 championship game.I didn't come to win the Golden Boot; I came to win the World Cup. That isn't why I came in the first place. I joined this club with the 

intention of helping the team win. Of course I'd be thrilled to win the Golden Boot, but ultimately, the success of the team is what matters most.

We are ecstatic to have made it to the semifinals. Since we were able to score when it mattered most, we consider the victory to be a great success.