Mexico’s players also kept the pressure on Poland in the second half of the match and created several chances to score goals, but the team could not find success.
Star striker Robert Lewandowski missed a penalty as Poland squandered a chance to beat Mexico in a FIFA World Cup Group C tie that ended in a goalless draw. Mexico’s players also kept the pressure on Poland in the second half of the match and created several chances to score goals, but the team could not find success. In the 56th minute of the match, Mexico’s Héctor Moreno was shown a yellow card for pulling down Poland’s captain Lewandowski.
After this, with the help of the video assistant referee, Poland got a chance to take a penalty kick. Mexico captain and goalkeeper Guillermo Ochoa stopped Lewandowski’s shot to give his country’s fans a chance to celebrate. This is Ochao’s fifth World Cup. Lewandowski, who has scored 76 goals for Poland, missed his first penalty for the national team. After this, the Mexican team kept the ball for a long time and kept the pressure on the Polish defense. Poland’s goalkeeper Wojciech Szczesny saved three of Mexico’s best attempts with brilliant saves.
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