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Spain vs. Poland score: Morata scores and struggles as Lewandowski rescue a point

Spain and Poland played out a tight, physical 1-1 draw on Saturday at Euro 2020 in what ends up being a result that does very little for either. After both teams failed to win their opening game of the competition, they were left frustrated again, leaving themselves plenty of work to do on Matchday 3 if they are to advance from the group stage.
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Goals and Highlights: Spain 1-1 Poland in Euro 2020 (1-1)

Fabián and Sarabia come in. Moreno and Koke leave the team. Frankowski enters and Swidereski comes off. Lewandowski with a header against the post to make it 1-1. After the VAR review, Morata's goal is given as good because there is no offside. 2:05 PM18 hours ago. Living in the...
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UEFA Euro 2020 odds, picks, predictions: European soccer expert reveals best bets for Spain vs. Poland

Spain will be trying to make its dominance pay off with some goals on Saturday when it hosts Poland in a 2021 European Championships group-stage match in Seville. Spain dominated possession and had its chances in Monday's Euro 2020 opener but had to settle for a 0-0 draw against Sweden. Poland, which has struggled to support star striker Robert Lewandowski, lost 2-1 to Slovakia. Spain is tied with Germany for most all-time European titles with three, its most recent in 2012, and it is on a nine-game unbeaten run (4-5-0). Poland is 1-4-3 in its last eight matches but has not struggled to score goals.
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Where to find Spain vs. Poland on US TV and streaming

If you’re trying to find out how you can watch Spain vs. Poland on US TV in Euro 2020, you’ve come to the right place. For viewers in the US, Spain vs. Poland will be shown on TV and streaming (more details below). Here are all of the details of...
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Spain predicted lineup vs Poland - Euro 2020

Given all the doom and gloom surrounding the Spanish national side of late - and by 'doom and gloom' we just mean they don't boast one oof the best teams ever to play the game anymore - it's easy to forget they've only been beaten once over the course of 90 minutes in little under five years.
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