Goals and highlights: Sweden 3-2 Poland in Euro 2020
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Goals and highlights

3:01 PMa month ago

Sweden to Round of 16; Poland to home

In their last match of the Group Stage, Sweden defeated Poland 3-2; with this, the Swedes secured the top spot in their group, while the Poles said goodbye to the tournament.

Sweden's opponent will be known later.

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2:56 PMa month ago

90+5'

Game over!
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SWEDEN GOAL!

Viktor Claesson strikes inside the box to give his team the lead back.
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90'

Five minutes are added.
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POLAND GOAL!

Robert Lewandowski strikes inside the box to score his brace and level the score.
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82'

Glik joins the cautioned.
2:31 PMa month ago

78'

Poland makes a new change: Placheta replaces Krychowiak.
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77'

Sweden continues to move its pieces: Forsberg comes off and Claesson enters.
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74'

Krychowiak is cautioned.
2:16 PMa month ago

72'

Poland makes one more move: Klich comes on for Koslowski.
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68'

Double change for Sweden: Krafth and Berg come in for Lustig and Isak.
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65'

It doesn't count! Swierczok's goal is ruled offside. Sweden is saved.
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62'

New move by Poland: Swierczok takes over from Jozwiak.
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POLAND GOAL!

Robert Lewandowski's great shot from just outside the area closes the gap on the scoreboard.
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SWEDEN GOAL!

From just outside the box, Emil Forsberg slammed home his brace to increase the lead.
1:46 PMa month ago

54'

Sweden's first change: Kulusevski replaces Quaison.
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50'

Szczesny! The Polish goalkeeper holds on and saves Quaison's shot. It was a close call for the second Swedish goal.
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46'

Poland's first move: Frankowski comes in for Puchacz.
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45'

The second part begins!
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45+3'

End of the first half!
1:21 PMa month ago

45+1'

Zielinski's shot was well saved by Olsen after a good save. Poland came close to equalizing.
1:16 PMa month ago

45'

Three minutes are added.
1:11 PMa month ago

35'

With a goal by Emil Forsberg, Sweden is defeating Poland 1-0.
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1:06 PMa month ago

30'

For now, Poland has possession of the ball, but - apart from a couple of Robert Lewandowski misses - has yet to generate much danger.
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25'

The match is stopped for a moment so that both teams can rehydrate.
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17'

Unbelievable! On two occasions, Robert Lewadowski misses his headers in front of goal; the crossbar saves Sweden.
12:51 PMa month ago

15'

In the final minutes, the match was stopped on several occasions due to repeated infringements.
12:46 PMa month ago

10'

Danielson becomes the first caution of the game.
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Sweden goal!

Emil Forsberg gives his team the lead with a cross-shot inside the box.
12:36 PMa month ago

0'

Game on!
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It's about to start!

The 22 players are already on the field.
12:26 PMa month ago

Poland, looking to make it through

Meanwhile, Paulo Sousa, Poland's coach, said he was confident they could advance to the next round: "It's true that, from a statistical point of view, Sweden has a better record in matches against Poland, but if we look at the past, we won't qualify. We only focus on the present. Sweden is a perfect team. They press very well, they are good at set pieces, they know how to play this kind of game. There is a great diversity in their game, depending on the situation. And for us it's like a final. We have worked hard since the first day of training camp and we also get a lot of energy from the fans. We haven't felt that we've played away in the EURO finals, as the fans have always supported us. It's a great honor for me to represent them.
12:21 PMa month ago

Sweden, to exploit the spaces

On the other hand, Janne Andersson, Sweden's coach, stated how they will face this match: "We want to win the group; it would give us more rest for the next match. We face a physically strong and highly motivated Polish team. They run a lot, attack and fight. They also have Robert Lewandowski in attack. We have to handle their initial pressure better than we did against Spain, so that we have space to exploit."
12:16 PMa month ago

Poland: substitutes

Skorupski, Fabianski, Dawidowicz, Kedziora, Kozlowski, Linetty, Rybys, Placheta, Frankowski, Kownacki, Swierczok y Helik.
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Sweden: substitutes

Johnsson, Nordfeldt, Bengtsson, Berg, Svensson, Helander, Sema, Krafth, Claesson, Jansson, Kulusevski and Cajuste.
12:06 PMa month ago

Likewise, Poland has already arrived at the Russian stadium

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12:01 PMa month ago

The Swedish national team is already at the Krestovsky Stadium

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11:56 AMa month ago

Poland: confirmed lineup

In the meantime, these are the eleven players chosen by Sousa: Szczesny; Bednarek, Glik, Bereszynski, Klich, Krychowiak, Puchacz, Zielinski, Swiderski, Jozwiak y Lewandowski (C).
11:51 AMa month ago

Sweden: confirmed lineup

These are the eleven elements that Andersson sends to the field: Olsen; Lustig, Lindelof, Danielson, Augustinsson, Edkal, Olsson, Larsson (C), Forsberg, Quaison and Isak.
11:46 AMa month ago

Sweden, not to be overconfident

For his part, Marcus Danielson, Sweden defender, considered that the power of the Polish team is not only based on Robert Lewandowski: "We cannot focus on just one player, of course he is their best and most important player, but we have to defend as a team, against him and the rest of the Polish team. Everyone works hard. We have a structure and a defense that works very well, and we never shy away from the effort needed in every game."
11:41 AMa month ago

Poland goes for the win

Yesterday, Poland defender Tymoteusz Puchacz commented on what he believes will be the key to defeating Sweden: "Sweden are a very tough opponent. From a personal point of view, the last game I remember playing against them was at U-18 level, where we won 1-0. I hope to get the same result on Wednesday. We have to be brave against Sweden. What I liked against Spain was our aggression.
11:36 AMa month ago

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11:31 AMa month ago

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11:26 AMa month ago

Sweden: last lineup

R. Olsen; M. Lustig, V. Lindelof, M. Danielsson, L. Augustinsson, S. Larsson, K. Olsson, A. Edkal, E. Forsberg, A. Isak y M. Berg.
11:21 AMa month ago

Poland: last lineup

W. Szczesny; J. Bednarek, K. Glik, B. Bereszynski, T. Puchacz, J. Moder, P. Zielinski, M. Klich, K. Jozwiak, K. Swiderski y R. Lewandowski.
11:16 AMa month ago

Who will be the referee and his assistants?

The center referee for this Sweden vs Poland is Michael Oliver; Stuart Bert, first line; Simon Bennett, second assistant, and Anthony Taylor, fourth referee.
11:11 AMa month ago

Poland, looking for a win to advance

The Polish team is in fourth place with only one point; only a win would qualify them for the Round of 16.

The previous Saturday, with a goal by Robert Lewandowski, they drew 1-1 against Spain.

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11:06 AMa month ago

Sweden to close as leaders

The Swedish national team has already qualified for the next stage; for the moment, it leads the group with four points.

Last Friday, with a goal by Emil Forsberg, they defeated Slovakia 1-0.

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11:01 AMa month ago

Sweden and Poland meet

This afternoon, the Blågult and the Biało-czerwoni will play their final match in the group stage.
10:56 AMa month ago

How does Group E of Euro 2020 look?

The Swedish and Polish teams are placed in the fifth sector of the tournament, alongside the Spanish and Slovakian teams.
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10:51 AMa month ago

Euro 2020 format

Twenty-four teams take part, which are placed in six groups of four; each team plays once against its sector opponents.

The top two from each group and the four best third-placed teams in the competition will advance to the next round, which is the round of 16.

Thereafter, each knockout phase until the final will be played as a single match.

10:46 AMa month ago

The match will be played at the Krestovsky Stadium

The Sweden vs Poland match will be played at the Krestovsky Stadium, in Saint Petersburg, Russia. The stadium has a capacity of 70,000 people.

 

10:41 AMa month ago

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