It cost more than expected, but Poland under Lewandowski won this Thursday in the Faroe Islands (2-0). This was thanks to the two goals of the Barcelona striker himself, who saved his team from a more than compromised situation in terms of placement in Group E.
After losing two of the three games before this Thursday, against the Czech Republic and Moldova, Poland welcomed the Faroe Islands knowing that they could not stumble, but the truth is that they worked hard to win. With Krychowiak and Zielinski as bosses in the engine room and Heard accompanying Lewandowski In attack, the Polish team took the initiative from start to finish, but Faroe Islands, which passes every year a little more competitively than the previous one, has sold its defeat very dearly thanks to its good defensive framework of five units and the interventions of goalkeeper Matthias Lamhauge.
We had to wait until the 73rd minute to break the first 0-0. The VSA’s intervention was necessary so that the referee could point out the penalty point for a handball. Odmar Faero. He took responsibility for Lewandowski, who did his usual “parading” in his run for the ball and didn’t fail. And 10 minutes later, with a beautiful shot that was out of reach even for the opposing goalkeeper, Lewandowski allowed the duel to be used to announce the verdict.
The next obligation in Poland takes place at home on Sunday (8:45 p.m.). Albania.
Poland, 2: Szczesny; Bereszynski (S. Szymanski, 59′), Kedziora, Bednarek, Kiwior; Skoras (Wszolek, 46′), Krychowiak (D. Szymanski, 80′), Zielinski, Kaminski (Grosicki, 88′); Lewandowski, Milik (Swiderski, 59′)
Faroe Islands, 0: pile of lamb; Rolartsson (Danielsen, 74′), Askham, Faroe, Nattestad, Davidsen; S. Vatnhamar, Sjaki Joensen (Andreasen, 74′), G. Vatnhamar (Radosavljevic, 88′), Bjartalid (B. Olsen, 61′); Edmundsson (K. Olsen, 61′)
Goals: 1:0 Lewandowski (penalty, 73′) 2:0 Lewandowski (83′)