Spain rescued just one 1-1 with Poland on Seville Y your classification will be played in the last game of the group stage of the Eurocup versus Slovakia. Alvaro Morata ended his drought by putting the Spanish team in front at 25 minutes, but Robert Lewandowski equaled 9 of the second half with a header, his third goal for the Polish team in a major tournament.
The Spanish striker Gerard Moreno missed a penalty shortly after Lewandowski’s goal and Morata, later, wasted a chance at the empty bow, after the ball hit a stick. The result leaves Sweden at the top of group E with 4 points, after their 1-0 on Friday over Slovakia. This is located second, with 3 units; Spain has 2, and Poland, even with 1, maintains possibilities of advancing to the next round.
Spain again paid for its lack of forcefulness. He wasted several chances and was unable to control Lewandowski on one of Poland’s few chances to convert. Bayern’s top scorer, who started the tournament with just two goals scored between World Cup and Euro Cup, was in the focus of Polish attention after failing to score 1-2 at the hands of Slovakia at the premiere.
He had a clear chance in the first half against Spain when he took a rebound in the area and was free of mark in front of the net, but the goalkeeper Unai Simon he stopped the shot with his chest. The rebound came from a shot by Karol Swiderski that had hit a post.
Morata had been criticized by fans and Spanish media for his mistakes in the first game, the 0-0 with Sweden, but he found the goal in a good play in which he knocked out his marker. The goal had been disallowed for offside, but after a review of the VAR it was declared valid. Morata ran to the substitute bench to celebrate with the technical director Luis Enrique, which kept him in the starting team despite criticism. The assistance came from Gerard Moreno, a Villarreal footballer, and the protagonist of the only change made by the coach in the starting line-up after the debut.
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Fans had asked Moreno to play in the Eurocup debut, given his great season in the Yellow Submarine, but the attacker missed the penalty that would have given Spain a 2-1 score.
On the other hand, there was a historical fact for statistics: 17-year-old Polish midfielder Kacper Kozlowski became the youngest footballer to play a match in Eurocup history. At 10 minutes into the final stage he entered for Mateusz Klich, just after Lewandowski called.
Kozlowski, born October 16, 2003, was left with a record that belonged to the wheel Jude Bellingham, who was born on June 29, 2003. The Englishman, who made his 1-0 debut against Croatia, held the record for just six days.