Saudi Arabia loses to Poland .. and Lewandowski scores his first goal in the World Cup

Saudi Arabia performed well and missed a penalty kick, but lost 2-0 to Poland at the Education City Stadium in Group C of the FIFA World Cup today, Saturday, as Robert Lewandowski scored his first ever goal in the finals.

Matty Cash passed to Robert Lewandowski, but goalkeeper Mohammed Al Owais saved the situation to bounce back to the Barcelona striker, who passed it to Jelinsky to hit the roof of the goal in the 39th minute.

After Poland advanced five minutes, the ball reached Saleh Al-Shehri inside the penalty area, and he was subjected to interference from Belek, but the referee indicated to continue playing.

The video assistant referee intervened to ask the referee to review his decision to award a penalty kick, but Szczecini saved Salem Al-Dosari's shot.

In the second half, Lewandowski took advantage of a mistake by Abdul-Ilah Al-Maliki to stop a weak pass, and hit a ground ball into Al-Owais' net in the 82nd minute, bringing his country's score to four points from the first two rounds.

Saudi Arabia has three points from its 2-1 victory over Argentina, in a resounding surprise in the opening round.

Mexico plays Argentina today.

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