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England Coach Gauges Poland before Their World Cup Football Match

England Coach Gauges Poland before Their World Cup Football Match

Robert Lewandowski has started 2021-22 in fine form, but Gareth Southgate has warned Poland is more than just one player. The England coach gauges Poland before their World Cup football match in Group I of the group stage, qualifying round.

England cannot focus solely on Robert Lewandowski in Wednesday’s qualifier against Poland, according to Three Lions manager Gareth Southgate.

Lewandowski scored three times in Poland’s World Cup victories over Albania and San Marino, a brace here, last week. The football news around this is these latest goals have given him a total of 72 goals across 124 appearances.

After starting the 2021-22 season, Lewandowski has scored in all six matches he has played for club and country.

So, already, he has scored ten goals to cement his position as arguably the best striker on the planet.

The Bayern Munich midfielder was suffering an injury in March, which was when Poland lost 2-1 at England’s Wembley Stadium.

However, now, he is fit and ready for the latest meeting between Group I’s top two teams.

England Coach Gauges Poland before Their World Cup Football Match

While acknowledging Robert Lewandowski’s goal-scoring ability, England head coach Gareth Southgate insists that Poland is more than just one player.

Paulo Sousa’s Polish men have demonstrated this will in the reverse fixture with England six months ago.

“They played at Wembley without him and they gave a very good account of themselves,” he said writes The Independent.

“We only scored really late on in the game to win it, so of course it’s no different if we didn’t have Harry Kane or Raheem [Sterling], then they would be a big loss to us.

“The very top players for any team in the world are a loss if you don’t have them and every coach will feel the same way.

“But when we’re preparing the team to play against Poland, we’re not just looking at Lewandowski.

“We absolutely respect what he brings and we know what a threat he is, but they’ve got some other very dangerous players as well.”

Meanwhile, England won their first Group I match with four goals, the same as Poland, incidentally (World Cup football results).

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