Robert Lewandowski scored as Saudi Arabia missed a penalty which saw Poland claimed a 2-0 victory, MySportDab reports.
First Half Report
Incredible display came from both teams in the first half which had them doing a lot going forward and also defending well.
Poland came into the game with a lot on their minds having draw their first match which wasn’t a good outing with them hoping to make up in this encounter which they came prepared.
Saudi Arabia were doing so well until they slipped up and allow Piotr Zielinski to score in the 39th minute of the game which saw the home side for the match taking a 1-0 advantage.
The Saudis had their opportunity in the 45th minute plus added time to level up, but Salem Al Dawsari failed to convert from the penalty spot as as the game carried on.
The first half ended with Poland taking a 1-0 advantage against Saudi Arabia into the break after a wonderful 45 minutes of football played between the both of them.
Second Half Report
The second half started with a lot coming from both teams who continued pushing forward with everything they had to offer in the encounter.
Saudi Arabia were motivated to get the come back but it wasn’t just enough for them as they opponent had everything on lockdown moving so well.
The match Carried on with Poland making sure they secure their lead with everything possible and make sure they held on until the end of 90 minutes.
Robert Lewandowski scored in the 82nd minute of the game to double the advantage for his side which saw the Barcelona striker making 2-0.
The match ended with Poland claiming a 2-0 victory against Saudi Arabia after the final whistle which wasn’t an easy game for both teams despite the result.
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