Senegal recorded the main African win at the 2018 World Glass when they beat Poland 2-1 on Tuesday on account of an avoided Thiago Cionek claim objective and a horrendous blunder by Clean ‘guardian Wojciech Szczesny.
West Bromwich Albion midfielder Grzegorz Krychowiak got Poland back in the amusement with an 86th-minute header, however, Senegal held tight at Moscow’s Spartak Stadium.
In a match charged as a straight battle between super-strikers Robert Lewandowski and Sadio Mane, neither scored yet Liverpool striker Mane set up Idrissa Gueye for the shot that took an evil avoidance off Cionek, leaving Szczesny thoroughly wrong-footed in the Clean objective for Senegal’s opener on 37 minutes.
The west Africans multiplied their lead on the hour-long check when the accomplished Juventus goalkeeper had a minute to overlook.
Krychowiak places Poland in a bad position with a woeful skipping back pass, however, Szczesny picked imprudently to charge out of his punishment region. The quick Mbaye Niang got before his safeguard, scratched the ball far from Szczesny and moved it into the vacant net.
The objective started wild festivals among the Senegalese players and doubt among Poland’s.
Following a tight first half hour, it was the continually undermining Niang who was at the core of Senegal’s opening objective.
The Torino winger won the ball on the midway line and nourished Mane who moved it sideways to Everton striker Gueye, whose shot skewed off Cionek’s leg and into the net.
Senegal`s M`Baye Niang scores their second objective past Poland`s Wojciech Szczesny in Gathering H coordinate in Spartak Stadium, Moscow, Russia on 19 June. Photograph: ReutersSenegal, the 2002 quarter-finalists, could have squeezed home their leeway two minutes after the fact, however, Salif Normal neglected to associate with a header.
Minutes after half-time, Normal was blessed not to be sent off for a test on Lewandowski when he cut down the Clean striker as he charged towards the objective. He got away with a yellow card.
Lewandowski twisted the free kick over the Senegal divider yet Khadim Ndiaye – the main African-based player in Senegal’s squad – pushed it away.
Krychowiak associated with Kamil Grosicki’s cross to give Poland trust, however, they were not able to make up the deficiency regardless of four minutes of damage time.
On Sunday, Senegal plays Japan, who beat Colombia 2-1 prior in the day, while Poland will confront the South Americans.