U-21: A quick decisive blow. Poland lost to Montenegro.
The goal scored in the second minute of the game turned out to be decisive. In their last match this year, the U-21 Polish national team lost a friendly match against Montenegro 0:1. The victorious goal was scored by Balsa Sekulić, and a penalty kick was saved by Karol Niemczycki, who was making his debut in the youth national team.
[UEFA EURO U21] England, Spain, Italy and Germany in semi-finals
On Saturday were played the last group stage matches of UEFA EURO U21. From group C were promoted Italy and Germany. Earlier promotions have guaranteed England and Spain. The semi-finals are going to play on Tuesday in Tychy and Kraków.
Polish National U21 Team draw against Sweden
The courageous White-Reds secured a point against the Swedes 2:2 (1:2). The tournament’s host started their match similarly to the previous one against Slovakia, in a spectacular way. The first goal was scored by Łukasz Moneta after a nice teamplay. However, even before the break, Swedes responded with two goals. Equalizer was scored by Carlos Strandberg, and later Jacob Larsson added one more goal. Marcin Dorna’s team started their run for the draw and finally did it in the added time. The final equalizer was scored by Dawid Kownacki.
Unlucky start for the Hosts
Thats not how the hosts of UEFA EURO U21 Poland 2017 imagined beginning of the tournament. In their first appearance, White-Reds lost to Slovakia 1:2 (1:1). The opening goal was scored by Patryk Lipski. Later, however, spectators could only watch Slovaks goals. Martin Skriniar equalized, and the decisive goal for Slovakia was scored by Pavol Safranko off the bench.