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Belgium - Poland 6: 1. The biggest defeats for the Polish national team - football

Belgium – Poland 6: 1. The biggest defeats for the Polish national team – football

How we relate the Belgium-Poland match in EUROSPORT.PL

The defeat of Czesław Michniewicz in the League of Nations match in Brussels was the biggest defeat for the Polish national team since June 8, 2010.

Later, in Murcia, Piolo-Cervoni lost 0: 6 in a friendly against Spain. The team’s coach is Franciszek Smuda, who led it until his exit from the 2012 European Championships.

Five goal difference for the fourteenth time

We rarely lost that height in a stock match. Last qualified for the 1965 World Cup against Italy.

Overall, for the 13th time in history, Polish footballers have lost at least six goals in a single match, while for the 14th time they have lost by at least five goals.

The biggest defeat came in a foreign match against Denmark on June 26, 1948 in Copenhagen. Then Piolo-Cervoni lost 0: 8.

The biggest defeats for the Polish national football team:

May 26, 1924, Paris: Poland – Hungary 0: 5 Olympic Games
09/06/1936, Belgrade: Yugoslavia – Poland 9: 3 Friendship
19/10/1947, Belgrade: Yugoslavia – Poland 7: 1 Friendship
June 26, 1948, Copenhagen: Denmark – Poland 8: 0 friendly
10.07.1949, Depression: Hungary – Poland 8: 2 Friendship
27.05.1951, Budapest: Hungary – Poland 6: 0 Friendship
May 19, 1960, Moscow: USSR – Poland 7: 1 friendship
01/11/1965, Rome: Italy – Poland 6: 1L. World Cup
September 6, 1970, Rostock: East Germany – Poland 5: 0 friendly
02/05/1985, Quretaro: Mexico – Poland 5: 0 friendly
May 7, 1992, Stockholm: Sweden – Poland 5: 0 friendly
February 19, 1996, Hong Kong: Japan – Poland 5: 0 friendly
08.06.2010, Murcia: Spain – Poland 6: 0 friendly
08/06/2022, Brussels: Belgium – Poland 6: 1 LN

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Belgium – Poland 6: 1 (1: 1)

Goals: Witzel (42), De Bruyne (59), Trossard (73, 80), Tendonkar (83), Obanda (93) – Lewandowski (28)

Belgium: Simon Mignolet – Leander Tendonkar, Toby Alderwireld, John Verdongen – Timothy Costagne, Yuri Tylemans, Axel Witzel (84, Wood Face), Yannick Grasco (84, Thorgan Hazard), Kevin de Bruyne (75,) Lois Obanda), Eden Hazard (66, Leandro Trozard).

Poland: Bartłomiej Drągowski – Robert Gumny, Kamil Glik, Tymoteusz Puchacz (46, Bartosz Bereszyński), Jakub Kamiński, Szymon Żurkowski, Grzemax ,6 ).

Location Team Number of matches Points Wins Drawing Failures Balance of goals
1. Netherlands 2 6 2 6: 2
2. Belgium 2 3 1 1 7: 5
3. Poland 2 3 1 1 3: 7
4. Walia 2 2 2: 4

Author: D.G.
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Source: PAP, eurosport.pl