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Warsaw National Stadium (ATT 53,617) 12th June 2012 - Kick off 19:45 Ref: W Stark

Poland Poland vs Russia Russia

Poland 1

J Blaszczykowski (57)


Russia 1

A Dzagoev (37)

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  1. 21:50

    What an excellent response by Poland in the second half, and they could have gone on to win. The result means Russia top Group A with 4 points, with the showdown between Poland and Czech Republic in the final round of the matches surely deciding second spot. I hope you enjoyed the coverage this evening, feel free to send your reaction to

  2. 90+3

    The free-kick is instead taken by Blaszczykowski, and it is well delivered but Ignashevich gets a foot on it to clear. That's the last chance as Wolfgang Stark decides enough is enough and calls an end to the match.

  3. 90+2

    Final change for Poland as Brozek comes on for Obraniak. Obraniak is furious though as he desperately wants to take this last gasp free-kick.

  4. 90+1

    Three minutes will be added to the game. Poland may have chance from a free-kick on the right wing now as Arshavi needlessly fouls Piszczek off the ball.

  5. 89

    Lewandowski fouls Anyukov and Russia take the free-kick quickly, but are unable to create an opening.

  6. 87

    Both teams looking tired now and both teams look like they will settle for a draw.

  7. 85

    Polanski can finally come off as Matuszcyk is now ready to come on.

  8. 82

    Obraniak sees his shot from the left side of the penalty area saved by Malafeev.

  9. 82

    Polanski is still struggling and will most likely come off. He gets booked for a late challenge on Zhirkov before his exit.

  10. 80

    Polanski is receiving some attention for a knock as Russia decide to make another change, Izmailov coming on for goalscorer Dzagoev

  11. 78

    Poland look the more willing team at the moment, and Lewandowski tries to touch the ball past Ignashevich but the Russian defender is having none of it.

  12. 77

    Boenisch shows good composure to beat two defenders but his shot is a bit ambitious and misses the target.

  13. 76

    Dzagoev is booked for dissent after not being awarded a free-kick for the tackle from Boenisch.

  14. 75

    Mierzejewski looks to have an immediate impact on the game but his shot from distance goes wide.

  15. 74

    A change for Poland now as Mierzejewski replaces Dudka.

  16. 73

    Arshavin tries a shot from a tough angle but Tyton will not be fooled at his near post.

  17. 72

    Poland have played the last couple of minutes in Russia's half but are unable to create a chance to score another.

  18. 70

    First substitution of the night now as Pavlyuchenko replaces the misfiring Kerzhakov.

  19. 68

    Dzagoev instigates an attack for Russia, playing a fine through ball to Kerzhakov who flicks it back for him to receive again. Dzagoev mishits his shot slighly but nevertheless, Tyton does well to stop it finding the net.

  20. 67

    Zhirkov takes the corner but Wolfgang Stark awards Poland a free-kick as Perquis is fouled in the box.

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