Poland Vs Colombia 0-3
Bednarek evaluated a yellow card The amusement’s first yellow card came in the 60th moment, when Poland’s Jan Bednarek pulled down Colombia’s Mateus Uribe. After Poland turned the ball over, Uribe had a solid first touch and Bednarek appeared to know he was beat. It was a strategic foul to stop the counterattack.
Halftime: Colombia 1, Poland 0 The Tricolors hold favorable position on the scoreboard, yet what we’ve seen on the field indicates it could without much of a stretch be the other way. Poland has a slight preferred standpoint in punishment corners (five to four) however trails on shots (three to two). The two sides have one on objective, and Colombia has been the just a single to make the most of it up until now. In the event that Polish star Robert Lewandowski can get comparable possibilities in the second a large portion of that he did in the principal, this could turn out in an unexpected way.
Poland Vs Colombia Goals
Goooooal! A physical first half appeared to be bound for a scoreless complete until the point when ocus back Yerry Mina ascended in the 39th moment to snap a header past Polish goalkeeper Wojciech Szczesny for a 1-0 lead. Star Colombia striker James Rodriguez set up the power contact from Mina with an ideal touch on a cross in front the net.
76′: Another GOAL!!! Colombia Up 3-0Three for Colombia! Cuadrado breaks out behind the Poland barrier and spaces it home.
Juan Cuadrado gave Colombia a 3-0 lead over Poland with an objective in the 75th moment.
• In the 70th moment, Radamel Falcao, Colombia’s untouched driving goalscorer, scored his first objective at a World Cup. 90 mins + 2 – Poland 0 Colombia 3
This shows how unsafe they have been on the right. Poland essentially couldn’t contain them.
Poland XI: Szczesny, Pizsczek, Bednarek, Pazdan, Bereszynski, Goralski, Krychowiak, Rybus, Zielinski, Kownacki, Lewandowski
Colombia XI: Ospina, Arias, D. Sanchez, Mina, Mojica, Aguilar, Barrios, Cuadrado, James, Quintero, Falcao