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Poland vs. Saudi Arabia, result, summary and goals

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Smile Lewandowski, Argentina and Mexico. The Barcelona FC striker finally scored his first goal in a World Cup to close an important victory against surprising Saudi Arabia on the second date of Group C and tightens things up, also giving the Latin Americans a sigh of the key. 

In Education City, the Arabs were the ones who prevailed with their game, but the lack of precision towards the goal was what determined the outcome of the match, added to a great performance by the Polish goalkeeper  Wojciech Tomasz Szczęsny   who shone under the three sticks. 

With the spirit of their presentation in which they beat Argentina 2-1, the Asians tried, but it was their rival who took the lead at minute 39 through   Piotr Zieliński, assisted by his teammate Robert Lewandowski. Seconds later, the referee determined a penalty on a Saudi player, but in the collection, the Juventus goalkeeper grew, covering the shot and subsequent rebound. 

With the minimum advantage they went to half-time, starting the second half with Arabia more incisive in search of an equalizer, but again the goalkeeper, plus the inaccuracies of the attackers, kept Poland’s zero; until a lethal mistake by number 8  Al-Malki ended up giving in to Robert’s pressure, leaving him alone in front of the goal and thus scoring the long-awaited first goal in a World Cup for him. Five games and just his first goal in the tournament. 

The game was sentenced with the Polish blow that now leaves them with three points, like the Arabs, while Mexico is third and Argentina closes the key

How did Poland vs. Saudi Arabia? Final score

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Poland112
Saudi Arabia

Summary and goals of Poland vs. Saudi Arabia:

goals

  • POL- P. Zielinski – Minute 39
  • POL – R. Lewandowski – Minute 82
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