Lewandowski will play for a place in the European Championship against Wales


Robert Lewandowski The qualifier for Euro 2024 will be played on Tuesday in a head-to-head match against Wales in Cardiff. The Barcelona striker did not score but Poland defeated weak Estonia at PGE Narodowy in Warsaw (5-1) in the semi-finals of the playoff playoff and earned the right to fight until the end to attend the big event in Germany.

With Lewandowski as captain, Poland came out in force and dominated the match with gusto from the first to the last minute. The Barcelona forward was very active at all times and intervened in his team’s continued arrival in the Estonian area.

Already in the 4th minute, Lewandowski sent an accurate shot to Piotr Zielinski, whose shot was deflected into a corner of the goal Karl Hein, the best of his team so far.

Frankowski opened the can

Jakub Piotrowski He almost scored the goal in the 20th minute with a cross shot that licked the post, but moments later he was key in opening the scoring with a superb through ball that Przemyslaw Frankowski He took advantage, due to a mistake by defender Ken Kallaste, to beat Hein with the outside of his right foot (22′).

Lewandowski tried his luck with a shot from outside the area that went wide before the game turned even more in Poland’s face as they saw it. Maxim Paskotsi is the second yellow card and leave Estonia in the lowlands. The full-back saw the first in the 15th minute and another foul on Nicola Zalewski earned him a red card (27′). The Roma winger is a nightmare for the Estonian defense due to his constant forays down the left side of the attack.

Lewandowski dreams of Hein

Before the break Lewandowski had two more chances to score but Hein thwarted him both by catching a diving header and a shot on the turn.

After the break, Poland definitely settled the match. Zalewski once again went for his band and his cross at the far post was headed into the net by Zielinski (fifty’). Lewandowski repeatedly looked for his goal but Hein was determined to deny him with three more successful interventions.

Poland, however, remained too outmatched by a powerless rival to escape the continuing siege and ended up gaining a handful. Piotrowski, after receiving from Lewandowski, achieved the third with a shot from outside the area (70′).

Zalewski, two assists and forced an own goal

Four minutes later, the fireproof Zalewski forced a Karol Mets own goal by deflecting its center below. And, at 76′, Sebastian Szymanski pushes the net a ball that, of course, was given to him by Zalewski and he failed to cut a defender.

Poland, with two legs in the final against Wales, allowed Estonia to score a goal of honor in the 78th minute when Markus Soomets is connected with Martin Vetkal in the area and this one surprised Wojciech Szczezny.

Source: La Verdad


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