NexTV Africa & Middle East

Complete News World

Cesare Colisa took the floor for Poland

It was supposed to be a quiet culmination of disposal, and complete disaster struck. The Polish national team lost 1:2 to Hungary on Monday and held the position ahead of the play-off matches in March. For our team, this was the first defeat at the National Stadium in eight years. During this time, the Poles played there as many as 21 matches and in each of them she even managed to score a point. The last game they lost at this facility was in March 2014. The Poles then lost 1-0 by the Scots after Scott Brown’s goal.

Watch the video mural with Kazimierz Górski

Kulesza was disappointed by the team’s attitude. “It was a bad game”

Paulo Sousa’s team presented themselves horribly on Monday night and didn’t have many arguments to beat the Hungarians. There was a lack of specificity and quality in the attack, which was certainly a result of Robert Lewandowski’s lack of it. In defense, our team members again made strange mistakes and lost a goal again after a specific sliver games.

Polish actor under fire. “Scandal. Everything is wrong.”

Cesare Colisa was seriously disappointed by the failure of the Poles in this match. – It was a bad match in our performance. I am disappointed, like all fans, with today’s defeat. We have a difficult task ahead in qualifying, but the Poles always fight to the end. Now it’s time for the coaching staff’s conclusions and for the correction of errors – the president of the Polish Football Association wrote on Twitter immediately after the match ended.

See also  Zverev effortless in French Open quarter-finals | free press

Pyotr Zieliński frankly about Poland - Hungary. Pyotr Zieliński frankly about Poland – Hungary. “I can not”

Now there is nothing left for the Polish national team but to wait for the results of tomorrow’s matches. Then it will be known if the Poles will succeed in maintaining their distance. It can be very difficult to do. It was enough just to draw with Hungary. Then it is unlikely to fall from the seed.