The official website for European football

Away win lifts Poland to summit

Published: Friday 9 October 2009, 18.35CET
Liechtenstein 0-5 Poland
Jacek Kielb and Patryk Małecki both scored twice as Poland won easily at Sportpark Eschen-Mauren to replace Spain as the leaders of Group 4.
Away win lifts Poland to summit
Patryk Małeck, who scored twice for Poland, celebrates scoring for Wisla Kraków ©AFP
Published: Friday 9 October 2009, 18.35CET

Away win lifts Poland to summit

Liechtenstein 0-5 Poland
Jacek Kielb and Patryk Małecki both scored twice as Poland won easily at Sportpark Eschen-Mauren to replace Spain as the leaders of Group 4.

Jacek Kielb and Patryk Małecki both scored twice as Poland won 5-0 away to Liechtenstein at Sportpark Eschen-Mauren to replace Spain as the leaders of Group 4.

In-form striker
The result may not have been in doubt but Liechtenstein were two minutes away from going in at half-time on level terms when Kielb finally broke the deadlock for the visitors. Małecki struck his first of the night in the 59th minute before the in-form Wisla Kraków striker registered Poland's third in the 73rd.

Spain second
Kielb was the next man on the scoresheet with ten minutes to play, but neither forward was able to complete a hat-trick as substitute Artur Sobiech struck the fifth in added time. Poland have nine points from four matches, three ahead of a Spain side who have a perfect record from two outings – the first a defeat of the Poles.

Last updated: 27/03/13 5.09CET

http://www.uefa.com/under21/season=2011/matches/round=2000006/match=2000130/postmatch/report/index.html#away+lifts+poland+summit

Lineups

Liechtenstein

Liechtenstein

Poland

Poland

1
B. BüchelBenjamin Büchel (GK)
1
SzczęsnyWojciech Szczęsny (GK)
2
ChristenAndreas Christen (C)
2
GancarczykMariusz Gancarczyk
3
O. SpaltOliver Spalt
3
GlikKamil Glik (C)
Yellow Card27
4
KaufmannDaniel Kaufmann
4
MarciniakAdam Marciniak
5
Val. FlatzValentin Flatz
5
PlotkaMichal Plotka
6
N. HaslerNicolas Hasler
6
KiełbJacek Kiełb
Goal43
Goal80
7
HanselmannRony Hanselmann
Substitution84
7
WodeckiMarcin Wodecki
8
L. EberleLucas Eberle
8
JanotaMichal Janota
Substitution63
9
PirkerSimon Pirker
Substitution84
9
CholerzynskiKamil Cholerzynski
Substitution46
10
WieserSandro Wieser
10
MałeckiPatryk Małecki
Goal59
Goal73
Substitution74
11
ErisBurak Eris
Substitution66
11
RybusMaciej Rybus

Substitutes

12
TichyMario Tichy (GK)
12
SandomierskiGrzegorz Sandomierski (GK)
13
YildizSeyhan Yildiz
Substitution84
13
KaminskiMateusz Kaminski
14
D. SpaltDominic Spalt
Substitution66
14
SobiechArtur Sobiech
Substitution63
Goal90+1
15
SprengerPius Sprenger
Substitution84
15
SochaTadeusz Socha
16
DuelliChristoph Duelli
16
SiebertMateusz Siebert
Substitution74
17
HeebArmando Heeb
17
BastaAdrian Basta
18
ÜnlüTolgahan Ünlü
18
BorysiukAriel Borysiuk
Substitution46
Yellow Card50

Coach

René Pauritsch (AUT) Andrzej Zamilski (POL)

Referee

Lasha Silagava (GEO)

Assistant referees

Zaza Menteshashvili (GEO), Zaza Pipia (GEO)

Fourth official

Georgi Vadachkoria (GEO)

Legend:

  • GoalsGoals
  • Own goalOwn goal
  • PenaltiesPenalties
  • Missed PenaltiesMissed Penalties
  • reds_cardRed Cards
  • yellow_cardsYellow cards
  • yellow_red_cardsYellow/red card
  • SubstitutionSubstitution
  • © 1998-2014 UEFA. All rights reserved.
  • The UEFA word, the UEFA European Under-21 Championship logo and trophy are protected by trade marks and/or copyright of UEFA. No use for commercial purposes may be made of such trade marks. Use of UEFA.com signifies your agreement to the Terms and Conditions and Privacy Policy.