Borussia Dortmund and Poland striker Robert Lewandowski is keen to seek revenge on Manchester City goalkeeper Joe Hart when he comes up against the England shot-stopper in Tuesday's World Cup qualifier in Warsaw.
The 24-year-old was left frustrated when Hart pulled off a number of saves, preventing him from scoring at the Etihad Stadium in Dortmund's draw against the Premier League champions earlier this month in the Champions League group phase.
Lewandowski said: "Nobody can doubt that Hart is one of the best keepers in the world and that's why it will be difficult to get a victory against England.
"Hart was incredible against Dortmond. He saved his team and I only hope that his luck does not follow."
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