WARSAW (Reuters) – Poland thrashed Israel four-zero at domestic on Monday (June 10), strengthening their lead in Euro 2020 qualifying Group G thanks to a fourth consecutive win without conceding an intention.
Krzysztof Piatek opened the scoring within the thirty-fifth minute after a cross from Tomasz Kedziora.
The hosts dominated the second half as they scored three greater desires. Bayern Munich striker Robert Lewandowski converted a penalty in the 56th minute after Sheran Yeini touched the ball with his arm.
Kamil Grosicki made it 3-0 two mins later after latching onto Piotr Zielinski’s bypass. Damian Kadzior scored his first global purpose to finish the route inside the 84th minute.
Poland is on 12 factors, five in advance of second-placed Israel. Third located Austria are on six factors.
The Austrians beat North Macedonia 4-1 for their second win of the qualifying campaign.
North Macedonia grabbed the lead after Austria’s Martin Hinteregger scored his own goal. But a brace from Marko Arnautovic, a strike from Valentino Lazaro, and a personal plan from Egzon Bejtulai completed the 4-1 win for Austria.
Slovenia is fourth on five points after defeating Latvia 5-zero with Domen Crnigoj and Josip Ilicic both scoring two times and Miha Zajc sealing the end result.