It's fair to say Robert Lewandowski didn't agree with his Ballon d'Or ranking
Robert Lewandowski is a man with a sense of humour, that much we know.
The Bayern Munich striker is able to laugh at himself, as he showed with his reaction to JOE's very own take on his goalscoring exploits for the German champions last season.
The Big Lewandowski. pic.twitter.com/IJH86Iy4G9
— JOE (@JOE_co_uk) September 23, 2015
He was laughing again after the results of the voting for this year's Ballon d'Or were announced, but we're not sure he was enjoying himself quite as much.
In addition to his 42 Bayern goals last season - including five in less than 10 minutes against Wolfsburg in the Bundesliga - he helped Poland qualify for Euro 2016 and led the line well as his country was unlucky to go out on penalties at the quarter-final stage.
Oh, and he already has 26 goals this season in as many games, including hat-tricks in three separate competitions.
So, while that might not have been enough to oust Cristiano Ronaldo from top spot and deny the Portuguese a fourth Ballon d'Or, surely he was close.
Well, the term 'close' is relative, but the Polish star found himself down in 16th place.
— France Football (@francefootball) December 12, 2016
He was below Jamie Vardy. Below Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang. Below Zlatan Ibrahimović.
Now, those three all had great seasons, while the performances of Pepe, Rui Patricio and Arturo Vidal at international tournaments all saw them leapfrog Lewandowski, but he seemed befuddled.
Of course, this opened him up to a lot of differing opinions.
you've just been ranked worse than vardy and mahrez this isn't a laughing matter
— LM (@CFCIuke) December 12, 2016
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