Wednesday, March 5, 2014

Poland U-21's rout Lithuania, 5-0, in friendly


The Polish U-21 national team have been on a scoring spree lately, and continued their dominance on Wednesday, beating Lithuania, 5-0.

Rafal Wolski opened the scorning in the 10th minute. Pawel Wszolek added another one before halftime. Dominik Furman gave Poland a 3-0 lead, scoring from the penalty kick spot in the 48th minute. Kacper Przybylko scored his first of two in the 62nd minute, and added another one, two minutes from the final whistle.

Poland: Szumski (46. Leszczynski) - Kedziora (70. Dabrowski), Janicki (46. Golla), Kaminski, Dziwniel (70. Lewandowski) - Wszolek, Furman (60. Zielinski), Linetty (46. Chrapek), Wolski, Pawlowski - Parzyszek (60. Przybylko).

Here are the highlights:

10 comments:

  1. Now these guys don't have any psychological fears of scoring in front of a goal. Call them up to the senior squad.

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    1. They don't have masculinity issues like this website does.

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  2. Wolski and Zielinski were beasts together.

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    1. ya! they shoul leave serie a..

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    2. More likely that even sitting on the bench in Serie A made them who they are more than 17 years in Poland ever could.

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  3. They didn;t look to good vs Portugal they lost 5-1 a couple of months ago.

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    1. ^^^^ hate for something like facts to get in the way of a comment...... but I can not find a score line for the U21 NT where they lost 5-1 to Portugal "a couple of months ago"
      The last year they played mostly qualifiers and are in 1st place with teams like Sweden,Greece,Turkey.
      Maybe U15 or U20 team?

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  4. I stand corrected - on 9/10/13 U21 lost a friendly in Portugal 6:1

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  5. I would love to see these guys match up with our national team... even though I know Latvia is a poor team but still

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