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FIFA World Cup 2018: Senegal stun Poland 2-1



Victory for Senegal.  Check out how it all went down.



FT - Senegal stun Poland 2-1
91' - Corner for Poland, but the delivery was quite near the goalkeeper. Khadim N'Diaye collected it comfortably

90' - Four minutes added as stoppage time

90' - Corner for Senegal. It ended with a free-kick for Poland

86' - GOAL! Poland pull one back
Grzegorz Krychowiak headed in from close range to make it 1-2 for Poland. Good delivery from free-kick

85' - Shout for Penalty by Senegal No. 18. Ref denied it

83' - Substitution! Poland's Lukasz Piszczek is replaced by Bartosz Bereszynski

82' - Maciej Rybus failed to make a decent contact from the left of Senegal goal. Missed chance

79' - Header from Poland's Dawid Kownacki was comfortably collected by Senegal goalkeeper Khadim N'Diaye

75' - Substitution! Goal-scorer M'Baye Niang is replaced by Moussa Konate for Senegal

73' - Substitution! Arkadiusz Milik is replaced by Dawid Kownacki for Poland

72' - Yellow Card! Senegal's Idrissa Gueye booked for a challenge on Robert Lewandowski

70' - Poland's Arkadiusz Milik shot it just wide from close range. A good low cross-in from Lukasz Piszczek from the right flank

62' - Substitution! Mame Biram Diouf is replaced Cheikh N'Doye for Senegal

60' - GOAL! Senegal doubled the lead
M'Baye Niang scored for Senegal to double the lead over Poland. Krychowiak's back pass to his own goalkeeper from the centre of the pitch, was intercepted by Niang, who lofted it over Szczesny much to the dismay of Polish fans.

56' - Lukasz Piszczek shot it wide from close range. In search of the equaliser, Poland are making more inroads towards Senegal final third early in the second half

50' - SAVE! Free-kick for Poland. Robert Lewandowski with the kick, but a brilliant diving save by Senegal goalkeeper Khadim N'Diaye denied Poland the equaliser

49' - Yellow Card! Salif Sane booked for tripping Robert Lewandowski just outside the Senegal box

46' - Substitution! Poland's Jakub Blaszczykowski is replaced by Jan Bednarek

Second half begins...

HT - It's Poland 0-1 Senegal at the half-time break in Moscow

45' - Two minutes added as stoppage time

42' - Corner for Senegal. Free header for Salif Sane, but he head the ball down the ground and it bounced over the Poland crossbar

38' - GOAL! Senegal in the lead
Thiago Cionek's own goal put Senegal in the lead. The ball deflected into the Poland net. Idrissa Gueye with the shot, and the ball deflected off Cionek's right foot and caught goalkeeper Szczesny wrong-footed. Hard Luck!

37' - Jakub Blaszczykowski is making his 100th appearance for Poland tonight

34' - OFFSIDE! Mame Biram Diouf was caught offside in front of the Poland goal-mouth. Couple of good cross-ins from the right flank for Senegal in the last one minute

31' - Poland have more than 60% of possessions in the first 30 minutes of play, but yet to make a clear shot on target

28' - Couple of miss passes from both the sides in the middle. It's still goalless in Moscow

23' - Robert Lewandowski attempted a shot from top of the Senegal box, but his left-footer went wide. It didn't come from the middle of the boot

20' - A diving header from Arkadiusz Milik went over the Senegal crossbar. A half chance at best

18' - M'Baye Niang got a perfect through pass inside Poland box, but his left-footer was a mishit and went well wide of Poland goal

16' - Ismaila Sarr down inside Poland box. He shouted for a foul, but ref think otherwise

14' - Corner for Poland. A short corner taken, but failed to make an impact

13' - Salif Sane shot the resultant free-kick wide of Poland goal

12' - Yellow Card! First booking of the match. Poland's Grzegorz Krychowiak is booked for a foul on M'Baye Niang

11' - Another attack from Senegal. This time too from the left flank.

7' - M'Baye Niang's cross in front of the Poland goal-mouth from the left flank was easily intercepted by goalkeeper Wojciech Szczesny

6' - Corner for Senegal, first of the match. The delivery was poor and was cleared comfortably

4' - Slow start so far. Both teams yet to make an incursion into the opponent's box


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