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Neither team is able to find a winner in a frenetic final minute or so and the full-time whistle goes. England must be satisfied with a 1-1 draw away from home against perhaps their sternest challengers in the group, but having taken the lead they will feel an opportunity has been missed.
Poland make another change and it is an attacking one, as highly-rated young striker Milik replaces the impressive Grosicki.
Rooney may have scored England's goal but he has not had a great game and Hodgson makes the decision to bring him off and introduce Oxlade-Chamberlain.
GOAL Poland have the equaliser they surely deserve, and Hart is left looking rather foolish as he comes out to try and punch clear Obraniak's corner but Glik gets there first, ahead of Lescott, to head in a leveller for Poland.
Defoe has been far too isolated up front and he is now withdrawn as Hodgson brings on Welbeck for the closing stages.
Glik is shown a yellow card following a handball in midfield, as England relieve the pressure by winning a free-kick.
Poland make their first substitution, as Wszolek makes way for Mierzejewski.
The half-time whistle goes without even a second of stoppage time and England will be delighted to go into the interval with a 1-0 lead. The performance has not been great and Poland have posed problems, but Hodgson's men have at least defended well and took the chance that came their way when Rooney headed in Gerrard's corner.
Too many passes are still going astray from England in midfield and that is allowing Poland opportunity to mount attack after attack, although so far they have failed to capitalise on territorial advantage. Meanwhile, Cole receives a booking for taking too long over a throw-in.
GOAL Rooney gives England a scarcely deserved lead from Gerrard's corner as he beats his defender in the air. There is an element of fortune about the goal, though, as the ball appears to come off his head and then his shoulder, before also glancing Piszczek, on its way past Tyton.
Polanski becomes the first player to go into the book following an innocuous-looking foul on Defoe, although it did halt a potentially dangerous counter-attack.
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