DOWNLOAD: Mexico Vs Poland 0-0 Highlights
Mexico Vs Poland 0-0 Highlights
Mexico vs Poland 0-0 Highlights Download: FIFA World Cup (Qatar) – November 22nd, 2022.
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2022 Qatar World Cup Group C match between Mexico and Poland started with full attacking forces.
Here’s the second group C game after the group opening match ended with shocking result of Argentina 1 vs 2 Saudi Arabia.
Both Mexico and Poland shared the point with their goalless draw result which finally left Argentina at the bottom of the group C table.
Seeing as the last two games have been goalless draws, the world’s collective appetite for goals is ravenous.
France begin their defence of their title against Australia in 45 minutes, trying to avoid a curse which have seen the holders knocked out in the group stage of four of the last five tournaments.
The moment of the penalty save
Cometh the hour, cometh Guillermo Ochoa. According to penalty data, Lewandowski’s spot-kick would only be saved 26 per cent of the time.
Poland the happier, despite the penalty miss?
A draw won’t favor Mexico as they’ll feel forced to get three points against favoured Argentina. In the end tonight, Poland will feel much better about the result. Mexico were the better side but World Cup football is often a game of small margins. In that sense, Mexico will feel hard done after a hard fought match in Group C that keeps them alive but leaves them wanting more.
Full-time – Mexico 0 Poland 0
It’s all over. Goalless.
That really is the story of the game – a very tight contest in which neither side produced anywhere near enough.
But the headlines will be about Lewandowski’s penalty, a save which denied him his first World Cup goal.
Because of that, Poland will feel like the opportunity was missed but over 90 minutes of a poor game, Mexico had the better of it.
Group C is one to watch though. Incredibly difficult to call at this stage.
Ronaldo and Man Utd – how a love story crumbled
If you’ve got time for some post-match reading, get into this from The Athletic on Ronaldo’s parting of ways with Manchester United.