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Bad takes exposed: Bayern Munich’s Robert Lewandowski disrespected in Italy

Hot take nation is not limited to the United States, as Bayern Munich striker Robert Lewandowski fell victim to verbal nonsense emanating from Italy.

FC Bayern Muenchen v Eintracht Frankfurt - Bundesliga Photo by Lukas Barth-Tuttas - Pool/Getty Images

If you tune into any sports network programming during the day, you are no stranger to bad takes being hurled about freely and unintelligently. There are many athletes who are subjects of these awful “opinions” and now we can add Bayern Munich’s Robert Lewandowski to that list.

Typically, “hot take” shows that revolve around this format just have two or three...or even four people just spewing nonsense. It now appears that we have found Italy’s answer to “First Take” or “Undisputed.”

FC Bayern Muenchen v Eintracht Frankfurt - Bundesliga
Doing his best impression of Sesame Street character The Count, Robert Lewandowski just found “Three! Three bad takes...AH! AH! AH!”

Football Italia captured former Italy striker Christian Vieri adding his name to list of clowns blowing rubbish from his pie hole. Specifically, Vieri went down this road with Lewandowski, who many smart people consider the best striker in the world:

“If (Inter Milan striker Romelu) Lukaku would play for Bayern Munich he’d score as many goals as Lewandowski,” Vieri said. “But Lewa would not score as much if he played for Inter.”

The bad takes, however, did not stop there.

“I think Lukaku is better than Harry Kane,” said Nicola Ventola, who was also part of the “expert” panel.

More, Antonio Cassano threw his hat into the awful take mix with this gem as he said that Lautaro Martinez is “Five times better than Lukaku. He is a mix between Carlos Tevez and Sergio Aguero. You can’t compare Lukaku with these two sacred monsters (Tevez and Aguero).”

I don’t even want to try and compute the “bad take math” on this.

Anyway, carry on with your day knowing that anything you say can’t possible be as embarrassing as some of those opinions.

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