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EURO 2024. Poland – Austria: The Austrians’ beautiful ride

More realistic and more creative in the game, Austria logically gained the upper hand over a Polish opponent who was much too weak and almost eliminated. of the competition. Lewandowski's entry was a surprise. even counterproductive in the last half hour.

EURO 2024. Poland – Austria: The Austrians’ beautiful ride

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20:08 – Summary of the match

The exciting Austria that so captivated Europe during the season is back! Already his back to the wall after his defeat in the first match against France (0-1), Ralf Rangnick's team rediscovered its enticing football and mastery of the game to get the best of a Polish team far too feverish. Indeed, Poland did not exist until now. in the game until the end of the first half. Piatek's goal (30th) reflected more a certain opportunism in the area than a real strength and desire to disrupt the opponent. The opportunities were plentiful. rare on the side partners of Robert Lewandowski, who entered into the in the second half but who seemed lost on the pitch at the end of the match. because of its lack of rhythm. Conversely, we enjoyed ourselves. face &agrav; the constant threat of the Austrians in front of Szczesny's goals. In addition to the goals from Trauner (9th, header), Baumgartner (66th, on a nice shot) and Arnautovic (78th), the spectators took pleasure in the beautiful offensive combinations and the great activity of Sabitzer on the right flank. We will also note the good performance of the two central defenders Posch and  Lienhart, daring in their projections towards the opposing goal. 

The score could even have been heavier with more skill in front of the goals of Sabitzer (17th, 39th, 42nd), Posch (51st, 84th), Wimmer (75th) and Laimer ( 85th). By making some tactical adjustments and removing three players compared to à the typical team that started out against the Blues, Ralf Rangnick was able to bring more verticality to the game. in the play of his team and better collective performance. The Netherlands will certainly not have an easy task in the third match. On the other side, almost eliminated from the competition, the Polish team was & oacute; once again disappointing in a major tournament (exit in the first round of EURO 2020). The last meeting in four days against the Blues unfortunately risks being anecdotal.

20 :05 – Austria is back in the ranking

While waiting for the meeting between France and the Netherlands this evening, Austria is even taking first place in the group with 3 pts with the same goal difference (+2) but more goals scored than the Batavians and the Blues, respectively 2 goals and 1 goal. Poland, for its part, brings up the rear with zero points, and sees its chances of qualifying increasingly slim.

19:55 – Final whistle!

It's overà Berlin. Austria, impressive today, has  delivered a real offensive recital. More realistic and more creative in the game, Ralf Rangnick's team has logically gained the upper hand over a weak Polish opponent who was almost eliminated. of the competition. Lewandowski's entry was a surprise. even counterproductive in the last half hour.

19:54 – Grosicki attempts a steal e

The former Rennais, Grosicki who entered the in the last quarter of an hour attempts an extension volley. It lacked fluidity; and precision. The ball passes à side Austrian goals.

19:52 – 4 minutes of added time!

Turkish referee Mr. Umut Meler awards four minutes additional time in this second period.

19:50 – Austria is having fun!

Face à discouraged Poles, Austria turns the ball without too much difficulty. Urbanski entered in play &agrav; Zielinski Square on the side Polish.

Laimer passes à his turn very close to the fourth Austrian goal. In the area he goes around Szczesny but sees his shot, which was a little too cross, narrowly misses the target. side from the right post.

19:45 – What a strike from Posch!

Magnificent tense shot from the Austrian defender Posch. Szczecny pushes the ball away with difficulty. Poland is à agony.

19:39 – Arnautovic takes the break

Arnautovic takes &agrav; against foot the Polish doorman and gives the break à Austria (3-1). The very important victory is taking shape for Rangnick's men.

Sabitzer presents himself alone in the area taking the best of Bednarek, he is ready ;equilibrium by Szczesny at the time of the strike. Undeniable penalty for Austria.

19:35 – Austria very close to break!

Huge save from Szczecny on a shot in the Wimmer area. The Austrian environment, however, managed well; his shot

Austria regains the advantage thanks to à the address of Christoph Baumgartner. The Leipzig playmaker receives a nice pass from Prass before unleashing a tense shot that takes the lead. against the Polish doorman. 2-1 for Austria.

19:26 – Yellow card for Lewandowski

Robert Lewandowski receives a yellow card for an elbow on Lienhart.

19:25 – Large confusion in the Polish area

Big confusion in front of Szczesny's goals, this does not benefit the Austrians. The Polish defense can clear in two stages

The Polish striker replaces Bucsa in the Polish attack. While Piatek leaves his place à Swiderski


Teilor Stone

By Teilor Stone

Teilor Stone has been a reporter on the news desk since 2013. Before that she wrote about young adolescence and family dynamics for Styles and was the legal affairs correspondent for the Metro desk. Before joining Thesaxon , Teilor Stone worked as a staff writer at the Village Voice and a freelancer for Newsday, The Wall Street Journal, GQ and Mirabella. To get in touch, contact me through my teilor@nizhtimes.com 1-800-268-7116