The Spaniards, held in check by Sweden, and the Poles, beaten by Slovakia, missed their start of the tournament. They meet for a duel not to be lost.
On the Polish side, we do not ask questions, and we emerge in the distance. Another 2’30.
The Spaniards have struggled to impose their game for a few minutes. It smacks of a draw more and more.
The stopwatch scrolls and we see grimaces in the Spanish public. However, there are teams that started their Euro with three draws and ended up winning the tournament.
Luis Enrique plays his joker: Oyarzabal takes the place of Morata at the forefront of the Spanish attack.
Double change in the Polish ranks: Moder is replaced by Linetty, scorer against Slovakia. Bednarek gives way to Dawidowicz.
What a pass from Jordi Alba behind the Polish defense! And what a parade for Szczesny who throws himself at Morata’s feet to save his team!
The resumption of Rodri at the edge of the surface! But his attempt is too focused to deceive the vigilance of the last opposing rampart.
Spain is putting on the pressure! Morata is in the area but cannot jump to push the leather to the bottom!
Szczesny is frightened! He releases a ball in front of him but the Spaniards do not take advantage of it.
Spain pushes but it remains under the threat of opposing counters. Lewandowski launches a breaking action and shifts Frankowski who wants to give him back. But P. Torres is on the path and pushes back the offensive.
For the moment, this draw is not helping anyone. But if the score does not move, the two teams would still have their destiny in their hands.
Spain again! F. Torres gets rid of the marking and can recover a cross with the head, but the City player does not frame his recovery.
It heats up in front of the Polish cages! Szczesny comes out with strawberries following a corner kick, but the referee stops play for a fault of the Spanish hand.
Double change in the Spanish ranks: Moreno and Koke leave the meadow. Fabian Ruiz and Sarabia make their appearance. On the Polish side, Swiderski is replaced by Frankowski.
Polish newcomer Kacper Kozlowski becomes the youngest player to play in a Euro match. He was born on October 16, 2003.
We feel that there is a lot of electricity in the air. This part is getting more and more interesting.