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Spain VS Poland LIVE Football Match Score June 6/19/2021

Spain VS Poland LIVE Football Match Score June 6/19/2021

Spain will be looking for more dynamic play, and a goal, on Saturday when it hosts Poland in a group-stage match in the 2020 UEFA European Championships at Estadio La Cartuja in Seville, Spain. Spain played to a 0-0 draw with Sweden in its Euro 2020 opener on Monday, while Poland lost 2-1 to Slovakia. The Spaniards have won the event three times, tied with Germany for most all-time, but they need to get their attack in order after narrowly avoiding disaster against the Swedes. Poland is 1-4-3 in its last eight games, and Bayern Munich superstar Robert Lewandowski is struggling to get much support.

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Spain will feel that they had enough chances to beat Sweden in their Group E opener on Monday night, but Enrique’s team found opposition goalkeeper Robin Olsen in impressive form.

Alvaro Morata missed a guilt-edged chance in the first half of the contest, meanwhile, and there were certainly encouraging signs from La Roja despite the relatively disappointing nature of the result.

Spain cannot be confirmed in the top two or eliminated after matchday two, but a win over Poland would place them in a strong position heading into their final group game against a talented Slovakia on June 23.

La Roja are bidding to win a fourth European Championship, which would make them the most successful team in the history of the competition; as it stands, they are level on three trophies with Germany, having triumphed in the 1964, 2008 and 2012 editions of the tournament.

Spain’s preparations for Euro 2020 were far from ideal due to Sergio Busquets’s positive coronavirus test, but the national team have now had time to settle after a turbulent build-up, and they simply cannot be written off at this level despite struggling at the 2014 World Cup, Euro 2016 and 2018 World Cup.

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