Sunday, February 3, 2013
Poland crushes Romania, 4-1, in friendly
The Polish national team went on a scoring-spree, netting all of their four goals in the first half, in yesterday's 4-1 win over Romania.
Szymon Pawlowski opened the scoring in the 15th minute, curving a sweet shot into the back of the net from inside the penalty box. Poland went up 2-0 in the 24th minute when Lukasz Teodorczyk, making his national team debut, scored from a close range after receiving a sweet pass from Pawel Wszolek.
Poland weren't finished scoring as three minutes later, Teodorczyk scored his second of the game. Then, six minutes later, Daniel Lukasik scored a highlight reel, netting with the back of his heel to give Poland a 4-0 lead
Romania, however, pulled one back in the 41st minute after a terrible mistake by Polish goalkeeper Jakub Slowik.
Posted by Adam Kutarnia at 1:09 PM