Lewandowski leads the Polish festival against San Marino

The Polish team fulfilled their role as favorites with a landslide 1-7 win away from home, with a triplet by Adam Buksa and a double by Robert Lewandowski., against San Marino in a qualifying match for the Qatar 2022 World Cup.

With Robert Lewandowski’s goal after 4 minutes of play, Poland removed any hope of resistance from the locals and incidentally exorcised the poor impression left last Thursday, when Paulo Sosa’s men beat Albania 4-1 in a match in which there were many goals, but little football.

The Poles went to rest with a resounding 0-4, thanks to the double of Lewandowski (4 ‘and 21’), and the targets of Karol Swiderski (16 ‘) and Karol Linetty (44’), and later they finished off the task with the triplet that Buksa chained in minutes 67, 92 and 94.

San Marino saved the honor with a lone goal from Nanni in the 48th minute, just after Lewandowski was substituted as a precaution by Buksa., midfielder for the New England Revolution of the US MLS.

The Polish dominance was evident throughout the entire match, as shown by the fact that the ball was more than 80% of the time under the possession of the selection of Paulo Sousa.

Three local players, Nanni, Mularoni and Lunadei, saw a yellow card, but the referee, the Finn Mattias Gestranius, did not have to intervene too many times in a match that soon took on friendly training overtones.

San Marino coach Franco Varrella assured Polish state television TVP that he was giving up asking his players to mark Lewandowski because, he said, “I should entrust that mission to the whole team and there would be no one left to play the ball. It is an impossible problem to solve. “

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Poland is in Group 1 qualifying for the Qatar 2022 World Cup, which after five games played leads England with 15 points. They are followed by Poland with 10, Albania with 9, Hungary with 7 and they close the standings Andorra (3 points) and the beaten San Marino, who have lost all their matches.

The accumulated in the last crosses that both teams have disputed, with 28 goals in favor of Poland for only one for those of San Marino, makes clear the insurmountable difference between both teams, and underlines the fact that that of San Marino does not exceed be a semi-professional team.

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