Spain and Poland drew 1-1 this Saturday at the Olympic stadium in La Cartuja, in Seville, and the two teams will fight for places in the round of 16 of the Euro Cup on Wednesday, in the final round of the group stage.
Álvaro Morata opened the scoring for Spain in the 26th minute of the game, but Robert Lewandowski headed it in the beginning of the second half (54). With this result, the Spaniards were in third place in group E with 2 points, behind leaders Sweden (4 points) and second placed Slovakia (3), while Poland is the bottom of the group but kept their hopes with the conquered point.
“We met a tough opponent, but we also had chances to win the game and we lacked a bit of luck,” Roja captain Jordi Alba told Telecinco, who said he was disappointed.
Poland goalkeeper Wojciech Szczesny believed his team deserved to win: “It may sound strange, but I think we were wanting more, we could have done something more,” said the Polish.
“We created some good situations, while Spain, apart from the penalty, had just one and a little luck,” he added.
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