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“Playing with eggs” – Schechny will judge the match against Belgium

On Tuesday evening, Polish footballers lost to Belgium 0:1 at the Warsaw National Stadium. However, they were able to improve the mood of the fans after the previous painful defeat of 1: 6. Coach Czeslav Mitchnowitz made a test defensive formation and played with three hours layover. It had a good effect, said the goalkeeper of the national team, Wojciech Szczczny, after the match.

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Wojciech Szczęsny after the match with Belgium: “They played with eggs”

On Tuesday, Michniewicz put on the defensive a mix of three people of experience and youth. The basis of this formation was the more experienced Kamil Glik stopwatch. Along with him, Jakob Keiuer defended the access to the Polish goal, which was his second appearance in the national team. The third stopwatch was rookie Mateusz Vitesca. The choice of such a defensive line could have been dictated by the absence of one of the main defenders, Jan Bednarek.

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After the match, the team’s goalkeeper, Wojciech Szczny, evaluated the match of his teammates from the defense. They played with the egg. We were close to each other to help them. We were well behind and I think their game was looking good too – we evaluated the player.

For the Juventus goalkeeper, it was a return to playing in the national team after more than a month. Szczęsny presented himself aggressively, noting several successful interventions. As he said himself, he was starting every minute. – The game is slightly different when you haven’t played an official match for more than a month. It starts safely. In the second half I felt very good – said the Polish goalkeeper.

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Ceslav Mičnovic’s players now have a break from the League of Nations. The team will focus on preparations for this year’s World Championships. The Poles will not return to the field until September 22, when they play the Netherlands.