Spain and Poland left themselves with work to do going into the final round of group matches at Euro 2020 after drawing 1-1.
Spain took the lead in the 25th minute when Alvaro Morata finished from close range. He looked to have been offside when Gerard Moreno fired the ball across but the goal was given by VAR.
Poland would have been eliminated with a defeat so needed to find a response. It came from Robert Lewandowski in the second half when he rose in the box to head home a cross.
But Spain could have been back on top when VAR gave them a penalty for Jakub Moder standing on Moreno’s foot. The man who won the spot kick took it but missed – as did Morata from the rebound.
The draw means both teams remain without a win after two games. Spain are on one point and Poland none, behind Sweden and Slovakia on four and three respectively.
More to follow…
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