Marszałek Piłsudski - Krakow 12/10/2013 - 20:30CET (20:30 local time)

Qualifying round - Group 7

Poland - Sweden
2-0
 

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Poland take the lead in Group 7

Published: Saturday 12 October 2013, 23.28CET
Poland 2-0 Sweden
Goals from Dominik Furman and Michał Żyro earned Poland their third win in four games and sent Marcin Dorna's side top of Group 7.
Poland take the lead in Group 7
Marcin Dorna's Poland lead the way in Group 7 and face second-placed Turkey on Tuesday ©Cyfrasport
 

Match statistics

Poland
Sweden

2

Goals scored

0

20

Total attempts

12

9

on target

6

5

off target

4

6

blocked

2

0

against woodwork

0

8

Corners

2

5

Offsides

0

1

Yellow cards

5

0

Red Cards

0

11

Fouls committed

14

13

Fouls suffered

11

Lineups

Poland

Poland

Sweden

Sweden

1Szumski (GK)1Carlgren (GK)
2Janicki2Krafth
61
3Dziwniel3Milošević
84
4Golla
73
4Helander
83
5Kamiński5Silverholt
6Chrapek
76
6Hallberg
63
8Furman (C)
33
7Hiljemark (C)
9Milik
88
8Lewicki
26
11Żyro
42
83
9Thern
73
17Linetty10Hrgota
19Pawłowski11Ishak

Substitutes

12Ptak (GK)12Strömberg (GK)
7Pazio13Baffo
10Wolski14Holmen
13Steblecki
83
15Kroon
73
14Dąbrowski
76
16Tibbling
18Michalski17Quaison
63
90
20Parzyszek
88
18Rexhepi

Coaches

Marcin Dorna (POL) Håkan Ericson (SWE)

Referee

Marco Fritz (GER)

Standings

Last updated: 07/11/2014 14:25 CET

Legend:

P: Played   
Pts: Points   
  
Published: Saturday 12 October 2013, 23.28CET

Poland take the lead in Group 7

Poland 2-0 Sweden
Goals from Dominik Furman and Michał Żyro earned Poland their third win in four games and sent Marcin Dorna's side top of Group 7.

Poland avenged a 3-1 loss to Sweden last month by winning the reverse fixture in Krakow, Marcin Dorna's team's third victory in four games sending them to the top of UEFA European Under-21 Championship qualifying Group 7.

That setback in Malmo on 6 September is the only blemish on the section leaders' record at the halfway point of their 2013–15 campaign. A repeat result never appeared likely as the hosts dominated the first period, scoring twice in nine minutes before the break through captain Dominik Furman and Michał Żyro.

Poland would have struck earlier than they did had visiting goalkeeper Patrik Carlgren not denied Arkadiusz Milik in a one-on-one situation. The breakthrough, though, arrived just after the half-hour mark when Furman delivered a free-kick which evaded everyone on its way into the net.

Żyro doubled the advantage with half-time approaching, giving Carlgren no chance with a fine effort from outside of the penalty area. Carlgren's opposite number, Jakub Szumski, excelled with a double save 12 minutes from time, keeping out substitute Robin Quaison's shot and then reacting quickly to deny Mikael Ishak what seemed a certain goal.

Poland are two points clear of second-placed Turkey, who they play in Antalya on Tuesday. Sweden's next fixture is in Greece on 15 November. "We are happy with three points and the result," said Dorna. "We lost four weeks ago in Sweden, so this win is very important for us."

Last updated: 14/10/13 17.38CET

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