A solitary hit from Jakub Blaszczykowski was enough for Poland to secure a 1-0 make an impression on Ukraine and seal the runners-up
on Wednesday place in Group C of Euro 2016.
Despite having more of the overall game, Mykhaylo Fomenko’s soldiers fell sufferer to a attack from the Borussia Dortmund man – who
accounted for Poland’s second goal of the competition – in the 54th minute.
Arkadiusz Milik was in the centre of the move once again with his wonderful ball into Ukraine’s container leading to anxiety and
allowing Blaszczykowski to complete splendidly in to the top nook.
Despite their finest efforts, Ukraine’s efforts to breakdown a persistent Poland defence later on turned out fruitless as the
latter searched to counter at every opportunity, but there have been forget about goals in what done an open come across.
Poland improvement to the knock-out rounds of any European Tournament for the very first time and can meet Switzerland on June 25
in Saint-Etienne, where they shall desire to see Robert Lewandowski end his having to worry goal drought.
For the 6th successive international game the Bayern Munich striker didn’t score, while he hasn’t found the comparative back again of
the web in over 500 minutes at the Euros.
With the previous 16 in their places Poland made a dazzling start and may have been three goals in advance in the beginning five
Arkadiusz Milik was initially to check Andriy Pyatov with a minimal drive, before Lewandowski didn’t find the most notable corner after
being create by his hit partner.
The offside flag denied Lewandowski another opportunity occasions and Ukraine practically made them pay as Roman Zozulya later
was played out in by Oleksandr Zinchenko, michal Padzan was readily available to nullify the threat however.
Ukraine found themselves in behind the Poland defence in the 17th minute, but Lukasz Fabianski narrowed the viewpoint to force
Andriy Yarmolenko to flames wide.
The previously calm Yevhen Konoplyanka burst into life on the 50 percent hour with a surging elope the Ukraine still left, but the
Sevilla winger’s low shot rippled the medial side netting.
Four minutes following the restart Ukraine were again on the unpleasant as Konoplyanka shipped a teasing combination into the
penalty area, limited to Zinchenko to brain over.
That miss demonstrated costly as Blaszczykowski made his draw in the 54th minute, the midfielder creating room for himself
before lashing a left-foot shot former Pyatov.
Ukraine’s efforts to salvage a spot from disappointing marketing campaign created half chances for Yarmolenko, Konoplyanka and
Zinchenko, but all were spurned.
Roman Zozulya going vast with nine minutes to try out as Poland clung to all three factors, although they are still left to
accept second in the group as a consequence to Germany’s superior goal difference.