MEX Vs POL Match Report: Lewandowski’s mistake heavy on Poland, draw match

FIFA World Cup 2022: One of the best strikers in the world, Robert Lewandowski is expected to never miss a penalty, but this is football where the best of the best get beaten. On Tuesday, Lewandowski could not score a penalty against Mexico in the FIFA World Cup-2022 match and as a result, his team Poland had to play a goalless draw against Mexico. This is the second goalless draw of this World Cup so far. Earlier on this day, the match between Denmark and Tunisia was also a goalless draw.

Poland also started the match slowly but gradually this team started showing fast game. He needed Jielinski and Robert Lewandowski to show their mettle. In the 17th minute, Jielinski created a chance and entered the Polish circle. However, he could not bring it to fruition.

mexico dominated

Mexico’s closest chance of the first half came in the 26th minute. Vega attacks. He received a pass from Herrara and took a header on it but could not hit the target. Two minutes later, Chávez passed the ball over Gallordo but Wojciech Stanjne could not clear it well. Tried to score on the rebound but did not get success here too. Mexico’s Jorge Sanchez got a yellow card in the 30th minute.

Poland got a free kick in the 30th minute, which it failed to convert into a goal. Mexico created another chance in the 45th minute. Herving Lozano passes the ball to Sanchez. He took a shot that could have put Stenjen in trouble but his kick went over the bar.

Poland gets penalty, Lewandowski misses

Poland’s team seemed to dominate in the second half. His star player Lewandowski tried to score. However, his attempt in the 53rd minute was unsuccessful. But the next minute the Mexican player pulled the jersey in the Poland player box and the referee used VAR on this. After looking at VAR, Poland were awarded a penalty and Lewandowski saved the penalty which was saved by Mexico goalkeeper Guillermo Ochoa. Poland got this penalty in the 60th minute.

In the 64th minute, Mexico also made a great effort but Stangne ​​stopped his effort. Seeing the goal not being scored, both the teams made some changes. Meanwhile, Adam Frankowski got a yellow card. Poland got another chance to score in the 80th minute and missed it here too. Bartos Brezenski received a pass from Jielinski and tried to put the ball through the header but Sanchez blocked his shot. Seven minutes of extra time was given but the goal could not be scored in this too and the match ended in a goalless draw.

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