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Euro 2020 player of matchday 3: Robert Lewandowski

It feels a little unfair that Euro 2020 will continue in the absence of the world's best number nine, especially given his display on matchday three. Robert Lewandowski dragged Poland close to the knockout phase with his two goals against Sweden, but he could not do quite enough to inspire them into the next round as a 3-2 defeat left them bottom of Group E with one point from three games.
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Bayern Munich begin search for successor of Robert Lewandowski

Bayern Munich has been looking at the big picture in terms of making big-money signings in the past few years. The German club has been trying to sign younger players to replace senior players in the squad. They have done well to find replacements for Mats Hummels, Arjen Robben, and Franck Ribery until now.
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Spain 1-1 Poland: Robert Lewandowski scores as Spain draw again

Robert Lewandowski scored his first goal of Euro 2020 as Poland held Spain to keep alive their hopes of reaching the knockouts. Poland knew that a defeat would mean they could not progress from Group E and they fell behind towards the end of the first half when Alvaro Morata's close-range finish was given by VAR after initially being ruled out for offside.
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Watch: Robert Lewandowski misses key chance as Spain lead Poland 1-0

Spain have secured a vital 1-0 half time lead in their Euro 2020 Group E clash with Poland. Luis Enrique’s side are in need of a positive reaction following their 0-0 draw with Sweden in their opening game of the competition. Enrique has opted to persevere with Atletico Madrid striker...
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Robert Lewandowski earns Poland point as profligate Spain pay the penalty

Robert Lewandowski struck to keep Poland’s Euro 2020 hopes alive after coming from behind to draw 1-1 with Spain in Seville, where the hosts missed a second-half penalty. Spain, who could only manage a 0-0 draw with Sweden in their opening Group E fixture, went ahead in the 25th minute through Alvaro Morata, after his close-range effort had initially been ruled out for offside before being overturned by VAR.
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Bayern Munich: Robert Lewandowski stars on Euro 2020 Matchday Two

Matchday Two of the Euro 2020 group stage saw multiple Bayern Munich players contribute to their respective countries’ results. All of Bayern’s representatives at the competition remain in the hunt for the knockout stages entering the final matchday of the group stage. Here’s how they fared on Matchday Two. Robert...
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Spain vs Poland result: Robert Lewandowski spoils Alvaro Morata’s night of catharsis

At half-time Alvaro Morata’s catharsis appeared complete. He had scored a goal, repaying his manger’s unwavering faith in the face of fierce criticism from his own fans, and had pointed Spain towards three valuable points. But 45 minutes later, after more missed chances and Robert Lewandowski’s powerful headed equaliser, he cut a frustrated figure on the bench and at the end of a wild night in Seville, all we know is that Group E is going to the wire.Poland dented Spain’s hopes of qualifying and revealed some of their flaws in the process. Without the ball sticking to the glue-shoes...
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As Spain pays the penalty, Robert Lewandowski gives Poland a point.

As Spain pays the penalty, Robert Lewandowski gives Poland a point. After coming from behind to draw 1-1 with Spain in Seville, where the hosts squandered a second-half penalty, Robert Lewandowski scored to keep Poland’s Euro 2020 chances alive. Spain took the lead in the 25th minute through Alvaro Morata,...
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Spain 1-1 Poland: Robert Lewandowski earns point as Gerard Moreno misses penalty

Gerard Moreno's missed penalty condemned Spain to a frustrating second draw of Euro 2020 as Robert Lewandowski earned Poland a 1-1 draw in Seville. Alvaro Morata got Spain off to the perfect start with the opener on 25 minutes, vindicating Luis Enrique's decision to start him after his catalogue of misses in their opening goalless draw with Sweden.