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Lewandowski leads Poland to the World Cup

Lewandowski leads Poland to the World Cup

Dangerous Polish striker Robert Lewandowski continued his hobby of scoring to lead his team to the 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar with a precious 2-0 victory over his Swedish counterpart on Tuesday in the final of the second track of the European playoffs of the qualifiers.

The Polish national team became the twelfth representative of the European continent in the Qatar World Cup.

And the Polish national team booked its place in the World Cup with a deserved victory over the stubborn Sweden.

The Polish national team became the 24th team to reserve its place in the Qatar World Cup after the Qatari team representing the host country and the teams of Germany, Denmark, France, Belgium, Croatia, Spain, Serbia, England, Switzerland, the Netherlands, Portugal from the European continent, Brazil, Argentina, Ecuador and Uruguay from South America, Iran, South Korea, Japan and Saudi Arabia from Asia, and the Ghanaian and Senegalese teams from Africa.

The Polish national team is participating in the finals for the second consecutive edition and the ninth in its history, knowing that the best result achieved by the team in its previous participation was in the 1974 in Germany and 1982 in Spain, where it ranked third in both.

The first half of the match ended in a goalless tie, then Lewandowski, the top scorer for Bayern Munich and the German League, scored the goal in the 50th minute, and Peter Zielinsky added Poland’s second goal in the 73rd minute.

Lewandowski raised his score to nine goals in the current qualifiers, knowing that he shared the top scorer in the 2018 World Cup qualifiers in Russia with Saudi Mohammed Al-Sahlawi and Emirati Ahmed Khalil, with 16 goals each.

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