Slovakia defeated Poland 2-1 in Group E of the European Championship.
The Slovaks started the match better, risking through Robert Mak, who in the 11th minute made a strong shot, but Wojciech Szczesny made the expected quick.
But in the 18th minute, Mak put pressure again, causing the Juventus goalkeeper to insert the ball into his own net, while Slovakia took the lead.
Poland’s Maviej Rybus (26 ‘) then missed a golden chance after failing to score with a header from close range.
Slovakia also had a good chance, with Juraj Kucka firing a shot from outside the box.
By the end of the first 45 minutes, Poland tried to equalize the numbers, but did not succeed due to a tight defense by the Slovaks.
The second half started in favor of the Poles who scored the equalizer through Karol Linetty in the 46th minute, for 1-1.
However, Poland was unlucky, as it was left with ten players on the field, the reason that Grzegorz Krychowiak (62 ‘) accepted the second yellow card.
From this numerical advantage, Slovakia scored to regain their advantage.
Milan Skriniar took a good advantage of the commotion caused in the area of ??the Poles, to restore the superiority of his team.
By the end, both teams played with added caution, until the Slovaks got the full points.
In Group E, Slovakia is the leader with three points, Spain and Sweden meet from 21:00, while Poland without points.