The Polish national team under-21 plays away with Estonia as part of the qualifying round for the U-21 European Championship. Join the report and follow the course of the meeting live with Interia.
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The match with Estonia is the sixth match in the Euro U-21 qualifiers for the “Polish Reds”. The Poles are currently second in the table, losing four points to Russia, which has played more games.
Estonia is in the last position in the table. So far, she has only won one game. Last year’s meeting ended with a high victory of Orły 4-0.
The meeting could not have started in a better way for “Biało-Czerwonych”. In the 4th minute, the result of the match was opened by the Leeds United footballer, Mateusz Bogusz. The midfielder got a great pass from deep in the field and lobbed the goalkeeper!
The Poles had a clear advantage from the beginning of the match, and the rival rarely left his own half of the pitch. After a quarter of an hour, Jakub Kamiński had an excellent opportunity to increase his score, but he missed at close range.
A moment later, Patryk Klimala was in an equally good situation. Celitcu’s striker kept his cool as he took the lead to 2-0, cleverly tapping the ball over the intervening goalkeeper.
The pressure of the Poles did not cease and Jakub Kamiński confirmed his good form after half an hour of play. The Lech Poznań winger carried out an individual action and with a precise shot towards the farther post, he scored the third goal for Czesław Michniewicz’s team.
After changing sides, the Poles needed only a few dozen seconds to raise to 4-0. Robert Gumny fired a flat shot with his left foot from the penalty area and surprised the opponents’ goalkeeper.
In the 58th minute it was already 5-0 for “Biało-Czerwonych”. Mateusz Bogusz scored his second goal in this match, increasing the result with a nice, strong shot from 16 m.
Estonia – Poland 0-5 (0-3) – the second half lasts
Goal: 0-1 Bogusz (4th), 0-2 Klimala (15th), 0-3 Kamiński (34th), 0-4 Gumny (47th), 0-5 Bogusz (58th).
Estonia: Nomm – Kaos, Lipp, Maanas, Miil – Soomets, Jarviste – Utjanov (62. Parn), Poom, Oigus – Kask (62. Mannilaan).
Poland: Radosław Majecki – Robert Gumny, Kamil Piątkowski, Jakub Kiwior, Tymoteusz Puchacz – Jakub Kamiński (68. Bartosz Białek), Marcin Listkowski (46. Sebastian Kowalczyk), Mateusz Bogusz (77. Mateusz Praszelik), Bartłomiej Slisz, Przemysław Płacheta (68. Maciej Rosołek) – Patryk Klimala (77. Paweł Tomczyk).