Poland defeats Israel in games leading to Euro 2020

The national teams of Poland and Israel faced each other on Monday evening in the Polish capital.

June 11, 2019 00:47
Poland defeats Israel in games leading to Euro 2020

Euro 2020 Qualifier - Group G - Poland v Israel - National Stadium Warsaw, Warsaw, Poland - June 10, 2019 Israel fan on the stand before the match. (photo credit: KACPER PEMPEL / REUTERS)


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Israel’s National Football team lost 4-0 to the Polish National team on Monday evening in Warsaw’s National Stadium as Euro 2020 qualifiers games began.

Poland scored one goal during the 35th minute when Krzysztof Piątek was able to pass goalkeeper Ariel Harush. Poland scored a second goal during the second half of the game. The third goal, which sealed the match, was scored during the 59th minute. The last goal arrived in the last few minutes of the game.

Before the game, the Polish press joked that Israeli player Eran Zehavi is so good that “he appears in the Polish team’s nightmares.”

The Polish National Football league marked a full century to its foundation.


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