In the first matches of the friendly tournament in Limoges, the Polish U-18 team led by Wojciech Kubiska defeated Scotland and Estonia, winning 1-0 twice. And the last meeting with the host France was to decide on winning the entire tournament, and the favorite was the young Frenchman, who four months ago defeated the Whites and the Reds 6-1 in the 2005 European Championship of the same year.
The under-18 team won the championship in Limoges. Big scandal at the end
The match started brilliantly for the Polish national team, because in the sixth minute Zagoby Lubin striker Oliver Swainski hit the net. But later, the homeowners dealt two strikes by the homeowners who were defeated twice between 22 and 25 minutes A goal keeper Lechia Gdańsk Antoni Mikułko – goals scored by Makran Bentoumi and Elias Hosni.
In the second half of the feelings, there were also a lot of feelings, but mostly those completely unhealthy feelings, especially for the 18-year-old’s match. The meeting turned into a real chaos that resulted in four red cards for the French players! And we cannot speak of a coincidence here, as the match was also played by a referee from France.
Elias Hosni (55 minutes), Januel Belochian (60 minutes), Yoni Gomis (72 minutes) and Darnell Bell (77 minutes) came in in turn. Meanwhile, the Poles scored the third goal, Kasper Maciak of Zagoby Lubin, who hit the net in the 70th minute.
The fourth red card seen by Darnell Bell for hitting a Polish footballer “from the bull” caused the match to finally stop. This means the third victory for the Poles in Limoges and the victory of the Polish team in the entire tournament.
Maciej Chorążyk of the Polish Football Association, who was present, called the match “Battle in Limoges”, and also revealed that the match had been halted after four red cards as a result of the French federation’s no-play rules. A band of seven people. The universal rules of the game state that a football team must consist of “at least seven players”.
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