The football national teams of Spain and Poland played a draw 1: 1 tonight in Seville, in the game of the second round of Group E at the European Championship. Spain took the lead in the 25th minute with a goal by Alvaro Morata, after a cross by Gerard Moreno. The referee checked if Morata was offside, and after using VAR technology, he admitted the goal.

Poland could have equalized in the 43rd minute, when Robert Lewandowski had a good chance, but his shot was defended by goalkeeper Unaj Simon.

The Bayern striker equalized in the 54th minute when he sent the ball into the net with his head. That was his 67th goal in the 121st game for the national team.

Three minutes later, a penalty was awarded for Spain, after it was estimated that Jakub Moder fouled Moreno after using VAR technology. Moreno took a penalty and hit the post, then Morata ran on the ball, who shot from the first from the post.

Spain attacked until the end, Ferran Torres, Rodri and Morata tried, but they failed to send the ball behind the back of the Polish goalkeeper Wojciech Szczeński.

After two rounds on the table of Group E, Sweden is first with four points, Slovakia is second with three points, Spain has two points, and Poland has one.

In the last third round on June 23, Spain will play against Slovakia in Seville from 6 pm, and Poland will play against Sweden in St. Petersburg at the same time.

By Editor

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