Tuesday, September 10, 2013
San Marino scores first goal in five years, but Poland scores five times
It had to be Poland to allow San Marino's first goal in five years. But, from that point, it was all Poland, scoring four more times and securing three vital points.
Piotr Zielinski scored twice -- now has three goals in five games, Jakub Blaszczykowski broke the tie in the 23rd minute, Waldemar Sobota added another national team goal, and Adrian Mierzejewski scored the last one to lift Poland to a 5-1 win.
The scariest moment of the match came in the 22nd minute when Alessandro Della Valle found the back of the net for San Mario. It was their first competitive goal in five years. It looked like Poland were going to embarrass themselves once again, but the captain Blaszczykowski stepped up and delivered a minute later.
Boruc - Celeban, Jedrzejczyk, Salamon, Boenisch - Blaszczykowski (72. Mierzejewski), Klich, Zielinski, Krychowiak (79. Wszolek), Sobota - Brozek (55. Robak).
Posted by Adam Kutarnia at 8:57 PM