Robert Lewandowski and Ivan Perisic will be fit for Bayern Munich’s first fixture since the Coronavirus was declared a global pandemic.
Much like every season, Bayern Munich has been hampered with injuries this season, but the pause in matches due to the corona crisis has given some of their stars plenty of time to recover and get fully fit again.
The Bundesliga is set to restart this weekend and Bayern’s first match of the restart is on Sunday against Union Berlin, which starts the truncated finish to the season where Bayern will be playing matches every 3-5 days.
Lewandowski suffered a fracture in his left tibia where it connects to the knee joint back in February during Bayern’s 3-0 first leg win over Chelsea in the Champions League round of 16.
At the time of diagnosis, it was feared that the Polish ace would miss at least a month of action, including the second leg against Chelsea, der Klassiker against Borussia Dortmund, and potentially even the first leg against the next opponent in the Champions League, assuming there’s not an implosion in leg 2 against Chelsea.
With the corona crisis, Lewandowski hasn’t missed any of those matches and is fit for the foreseeable future.