Football team of Poland
© AP Photo/Alik Keplicz
TASS, 8 Oct. The Polish team triumphed over the team of Montenegro with the score 4:2 in the last match of the qualifying tournament of the world Cup 2018 and made it to the final round of the competition, which will be held in Russia.
Goals for the hosts were scored by Krzysztof Maczynski (6-I minute), Camille Grositsky (16) and Robert Lewandowski (85), composed of distinguished guests, Stefan Mugoša (78) Nikola vukčević (83), another goal the Montenegrin Filip stojković scored an own goal (87). Lewandowski has scored 16 th ball in the current qualifying tournament, beating on this indicator, the Portuguese Cristiano Ronaldo and updating the record for goals in a single European qualifying campaign as world Championships and European Championships.
In a parallel match of group E Denmark played a draw with the team of Romania 1:1, and the Armenian team with the same score ended the meeting with the team of Kazakhstan . In the end, the Polish team took first place in the group with 25 points and qualified for the world Cup, the Danes with 20 points was second and guaranteed to itself participation in butt matches for the right to play at the world championship. The table located team of Montenegro (16), Romania (13), Armenia (7) and Kazakhstan (3).
The Polish team debuted at the world Championships in 1938, losing in the 1/8 finals. The next world Cup, the poles played in 1974, when the team was able to win the bronze medal. Also Polish players took the third place in the tournament in 1982. The last time Poland played in the world Cup in 2006.
Also, the team of Poland is the winner of the Olympic games 1972 and two-time silver medalist (1976, 1992).
The Polish team became the 14th, got to the world Cup, after the teams of Russia, Belgium, Brazil, Mexico, Iran, Japan, South Korea, Saudi Arabia, Germany, England, Spain, Nigeria and Costa Rica. World Cup matches will be held from 14 June to 15 July 2018 in Moscow, St.-Petersburg, Kazan, Sochi, Nizhny Novgorod, Samara, Volgograd, Rostov-on-don, Kaliningrad, Yekaterinburg and Saransk.
Poland party #CHM2018 No. 1⃣4⃣!
For the poles it will be 8⃣th participation at the world Cup in history. Congratulations and welcome! pic.twitter.com/Q6OTcfePmk
— The 2018 world Cup (@fifaworldcup_ru) October 8, 2017