Robert Lewandowski finally scores his first World Cup goal in Qatar

Poland striker Robert Lewandowski scored his first World Cup goal as his side beat Saudi Arabia 2-0 in their Group C second game in Qatar. The Barcelona striker had missed a penalty in Poland’s opening game against Mexico, but did not make the same error again; seizing onto a bad touch from Abdulelah Al Malki to steal the ball then sent a calm finish beyond the goalkeeper. Mohammed Al Owais. The Poland striker had been kept off the scoresheet in his first game, against Mexico, but he made no mistake against Saudi Arabia. Lewandowski’s goal means he has now scored in every major tournament he has played in.

The victory gives Poland a perfect start to their World Cup campaign and will no doubt be a huge relief for Lewandowski, who will be looking to add to his tally in the games to come. The goal settled the game for Poland and gave them a huge chance of qualifying for the round of 16.Lewandowski has been in prolific form for both club and country in recent years and will be key to Poland’s chances of going deep into this competition. The striker will be hoping to carry his good form into Poland’s next game against Argentina, a match which could decide his team’s fate in terms of reaching the knockout rounds.

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