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Saturday, June 16, 2012
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Czech Republic
P. Jiracek  72' 1-0 
HT: 0-0
Stadion Miejski Wroclaw (Attendance: 44,416)
Referee: Craig Thomson
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Czech Republic vs. Poland
Minute Commentary
Full credit to Michal Bilek's side, who gave a tournament performance of real class this evening. After withstanding a Poland onslaught in the opening stages, they calmly took hold on the game, dominating possession and carving out the odd chance. They ramped it up after the break and finally got their just rewards when Petr Jiracek beat Tyton with a cool finish on the break. As for the Poles, well they came up woefully short when it mattered. They just couldn't rouse themselves for a big finish, running out of ideas and energy. So somehow the Czech Republic and Greece reach the quarter finals - who'd have thought that just a couple of hours ago? Full time in Wroclaw, Czech Republic 1 Poland 0.
And that's full time! Incredible end there, with Lewandowski's hammered shot beating Cech before Kadlec got in the way with a tremendous clearing header. Poland drop to their collective knees as the whistle blows, while the Czechs start celebrating.
The Czechs are nearly dumped out! Poland have a shot cleared off the line by Kadlec! Amazing scenes.
90' FOUL
Chance for Poland to lump it into the box from a deep free kick, but Boenisch is penalised and the Czechs survive. Just 90 seconds for them to see this through and reach the quarter finals.
Four minutes left in Wroclaw. It's still Greece 1-0 Russia.
Third and final change from the Czechs as they eat up a few seconds. Tomas Pekhart is on for the hard-working Baros.
Damien Perquis is booked for a late trip as the Czechs look to break.
First decent move from Poland in around an hour. Lukasz Piszczek's cross reaches Lewandowski who nods wide via a deflection. The corner comes to nothing. Surely no time for two Polish goals now.
The impressive Vaclav Pilar is replaced by Jan Rezek. But not before a few handbags ensue as the Czech man departs slowly. Poland take issue with that and from the melee Jaroslav Plasil and Jakub Blaszczykowski are booked.
Marcin Wasilewski sends a decent header onto the roof of the net, but he's already been flagged offside.
Poland need to score twice but it's just not happening. At least they're on the attack though. They haven't done that since the early part of the first half. What an underwhelming night for the hosts it's been.
The goalscorer Jiracek departs. Although if it's because of that blow to the head a minute ago he's a big softy. He looks fine to be fair - it's a tactical change. Frantisek Rajtoral is on.
Corner for Poland, Cech punches clear to Lukasz Piszczek who hammers his shot at Jiracek. He's out for the count.
The Polish fans are getting behind their team but it looks like it'll be to no avail. Two goals for the hosts in the final 12 minutes look very unlikely indeed.
Baros has the ball in the net but is marginally flagged offside.
Russia are now heading out of the tournament, courtesy of an inferior head to head record against Greece. Because Greece are beating them, obviously. In a three-team tie on points it goes down to goal difference, hence why the conundrum has now changed wildly in Warsaw. The Czechs are through on six points, Greece and Russia have four, Poland two.
Franciszek Smuda has made two substitutions since the restart. Pawel Brozek and Adrian Mierzejewski have replaced Ludovic Obraniak and Rafal Murawski.
Well, it's been coming. The Czech Republic have found a hero in PETR JIRACEK, who finally breaks the deadlock in Wroclaw. Poland lose the ball in midfield and Baros races forward before feeding Jiracek - he skips inside Wasilewski and fires under Tyton from eight yards.
70' 20 TO GO
Just 20 minutes to go then and both Czech Republic and Poland are crashing out of Euro 2012. Inspiration is badly required - time for someone to make himself a hero.
Quick-fire break from the Czechs with Jiracek leading the way. He passes to Baros, who cuts inside from the left and sends a low 20-yarder at Tyton. Disappointing finish.
The latest Czech free kick yields a great chance. Sivok sees a point-blank header blocked by Tyton, who was fortunate it came straight at him.
Sad to see the Poles going out with a whimper, but that's exactly what's happening at the moment. They're giving away endless fouls and are barely venturing into the Czech half.
The free kick comes to nothing, but the Czechs soon win another one near the right touchline. It's swung to Gebre Selassie, who nods over the bar. Tyton hasn't had much to do today.
Marcin Wasilewski brings down Limbersky inches outside the box on the left. He's nowhere near the ball. Good set piece opportunity coming up for the Czechs.
If this was a friendly match, or a dead rubber, you'd say it was a dreadful game of football. But because there's so much riding on it, you can't take your eyes off it. The tension levels are pretty high now, but another 20 minutes at 0-0 and they'll be off the charts. It's on a knife edge.
Franciszek Smuda looks to change the momentum of this game, sending on Kamil Grosicki. Polanski departs, so that's the last we'll see of him in this tournament unless Poland reach the semi finals.
Poland just look out of steam and out of ideas. They started the match so brightly, too. The Czechs' tournament experience is certainly showing through, even if they're not yet winning this match.
David Limbersky toe-pokes into the side netting from the left of the box. The Czechs continue to dominate.
Remember, whatever happens in Warsaw it's still winner takes all here. The only way Greece will go through is if this match ends as a draw (or if they hand Russia a thrashing). If the Czechs or Poland win, they're through.
The Czechs have started the second as they ended the first - using the ball wisely and trying to thread their way through the Polish defence.
Polanski wipes out Vaclav Pilar with a ferocious challenge. That's a booking, and one which rules him out of the quarters if Poland make it.
Expect a change of tack from the Czechs now, as a draw is no longer good enough for them if the Greeks are winning.
News from Warsaw where Greece have taken a shock lead against Russia through Karagounis. The width of a cigarette paper now separates the four Group A teams. The table reads as follows: Russia 4pts, +2 GD - Greece 4pts, 0 GD - Czech 4pts, -2 GD - Poland 3pts, 0 GD. Tight.
It's as delicately poised as they come in Wroclaw, where tension fills the thunderous skies. Poland started brilliantly but couldn't find an early goal, then they began to tighten up and the miserly Czechs took charge with their patient possession game. This game needs a goal, preferably for the Poles as it'd bring Czech Republic out, but it's still making for fascinating viewing.
43' ROW Z
A rare Poland attack yields a corner. It's cleared to Lukasz Piszczek who blazes an awful shot into row Z.
If the Czechs score here it'll take an almighty turnaround for Poland to win. They're stifling the hosts. Another long passing move ends when Vaclav Pilar gets two bites of the cherry at a shot just inside the box. Tyton makes a relatively comfortable save.
Heart in mouth moment for the Poles. After a prolonged build-up Jaroslav Plasil hits a 20-yard shot which deflects into Tyton's arms. Plasil slipped off the soaking surface as he hit it.
Excellent run from Baros who escapes the Polish back line and nearly gets on the end of a Plasil cross from the left. He's just short, though, and Tyton collects.
We really could do with a goal here. Poland's early positivity has given way to caution, while the Czechs are still happy to stroke the ball around patiently.
It's still 0-0 in Warsaw between Russia and Greece. That suits the Czechs just fine - as things stand they're joining Russia in the quarter finals.
The Czechs get great width with Theodor Gebre Selassie and Vaclav Pilar but there's not much coming from midfield. They really miss Tomas Rosicky.
It's still pouring it down in Wroclaw. The pitch is still completely playable, but might be one to keep an eye on.
Corner for the Czechs, who are starting to move into the game a bit more with Poland's momentum subsiding. Tomas Hubschman nods the left-wing corner well wide of the post.
It's gone a bit quiet here, on and off the pitch. Not in the skies though - we've just heard our first rumble of thunder of the evening. Let's hope it's not that storm from Donetsk last night.
Rafal Murawski drags back Milan Baros and earns a booking from Craig Thomson.
The ball sits up nicely for Sebastian Boenisch and he nearly makes the most of it, sending a bouncing 25-yard effort towards the bottom corner. Cech carefully pushes wide.
We're still waiting to see much of the Czechs as an attacking force. Very much looks like they're playing for a draw, but that's a risky strategy against this vibrant Polish attack. And if Greece beat Russia the Czechs will be in trouble.
How bad are the Czechs at the back? Very little organisation to speak of here, and next to no protection from midfield. Eugen Polanski is given room to shoot wildly over from 15 yards.
Great start from the hosts, this. The Czechs may have forged the best opportunity but Poland have enjoyed most of the possession and are peppering Cech's box with crosses and free kicks.
The resulting free kick is heading in before Michal Kadlec nods clear ahead of Cech. The ball then drops to Sebastian Boenisch who drives the rebound wide. More anguish for the Poles.
David Limbersky picks up the first yellow card of the evening. His sliding tackle on Jakub Blaszczykowski is certainly late enough to earn one.
We could easily have had two or three goals in the opening ten minutes. You'd back Robert Lewandowski to do better with this as well. With the Czech defence all over the place the Dortmund man races into the box but crashes wide left-footed, slightly off balance.
Good goalkeeping from Cech who darts from his line to smother the ball at Jakub Blaszczykowski's feet. Obraniak played a lovely ball into the box there.
Side netting again for the Poles, this time from a Ludovic Obraniak free kick. Good, open start here.
Superb opportunity here for the Czechs. Flying full-back Theodor Gebre Selassie makes his way to the right byline before cutting the ball back to the penalty spot where Vaclav Pilar completely fluffs his free shot. What a chance to silence the home fans.
Great initiative from Dariusz Dudka who sends an overhead kick into the side netting after a bit of ping pong in the Czech box.
We'll keep you up to date with events in the other Group A fixture, where Russia play Greece. If Greece fail to win that game, then the permutations are pretty simple - the winner here will progress along with Russia, while a draw sends the Czechs through.
Poland get their night of destiny underway.
The teams are out in Wroclaw, where it's teeming it down with rain. Wonderful atmosphere here. A great night lies in store.
Scotland's Craig Thomson is tonight's ref. He took charge of Portugal's 3-2 win over Denmark on Wednesday, flashing four yellow cards. Last season Thomson handed out 134 yellow cards and ten red in 37 games.
These two sides have only ever met on five occasions, with Poland having the edge on three wins to two. They were paired in qualification for the 2010 World Cup, when Poland won 2-1 at home thanks to goals from Pawel Brozek - on the bench tonight - and current captain Jakub Blaszczykowski. The Czechs got their revenge in the reverse fixture, with Tomas Necid and Jaroslav Plasil giving them a 2-0 victory.
Star midfield Tomas Rosicky misses out through injury for the Czech Republic, so Daniel Kolar starts in midfield. Przsemyslaw Tyton keeps his place in goal for Poland, despite the fact Wojciech Szczesny is free of suspension. Not a good night for Arsenal players, then. Full line-ups: CZECH REPUBLIC: Cech; Gebre Selassie, Sivok, Kadlec, Limbersky; Hubschman, Plasil; Jiracek, Kolar, Pilar; Baros. POLAND: Tyton; Piszczek, Wasilewski, Perquis, Boenisch; Murawski, Polanski, Dudka; Blaszczykowski, Lewandowski, Obraniak.
At every major tournament the hosts usually end up being everyone's favourite second team and that's certainly the case at Euro 2012, particularly with the Poles who have created such a fanatical atmosphere in their first two matches. But the dream could be over tonight Franciszek Smuda's side who are effectively in a knockout situation already, needing to beat the Czech Republic to stay in the tournament. However, with 50,000 Czechs expected to descend on Wroclaw, the 'visitors' will be well backed, and they have the tournament know-how to see this one through. Either way, it should be a dramatic evening.
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Team Stats
Czech Republic Poland
1 Goals 0
1 Assists 0
10 Shots 15
7 Shots on Goal 7
6 Saves 6
0 Penalties Scored 0
0 Penalty Kicks 0
17 Crosses 17
6 Corner Kicks 6
3 Offside 1
20 Fouls Committed 22
3 Cautions/Yellow Cards 5
0 Red Cards 0
55% Ball Possession 45%
Czech Republic
No. Player MinP G YC RC GA Svs
1Petr Cech 90 - 0 0 0 5
2Theodor Gebre Selassie 90 0 0 0 - -
3Michal Kadlec 90 0 0 0 - -
6Tomás Sivok 90 0 0 0 - -
8David Limbersky 90 0 1 0 - -
13Jaroslav Plasil 90 0 1 0 - -
14Vaclav Pilar 88 0 0 0 - -
15Milan Baros 89 0 0 0 - -
17Tomas Hubschman 90 0 0 0 - -
18Daniel Kolar 90 0 0 0 - -
19Petr Jiracek 84 1 0 0 - -
9Jan Rezek 2 0 0 0 - -
12Frantisek Rajtoral 6 0 0 0 - -
20Tomas Pekhart 1 0 1 0 - -

No. Player MinP G YC RC GA Svs
22Przemyslaw Tyton 90 - 0 0 1 4
2Sebastian Boenisch 90 0 0 0 - -
5Dariusz Dudka 90 0 0 0 - -
7Eugen Polanski 56 0 1 0 - -
9Robert Lewandowski 90 0 0 0 - -
10Ludovic Obraniak 73 0 0 0 - -
11Rafal Murawski 73 0 1 0 - -
13Marcin Wasilewski 90 0 1 0 - -
15Damien Perquis 90 0 1 0 - -
16Jakub Blaszczykowski 90 0 1 0 - -
20Lukasz Piszczek 90 0 0 0 - -
18Adrian Mierzejewski 17 0 0 0 - -
21Kamil Grosicki 34 0 0 0 - -
23Pawel Brozek 17 0 0 0 - -
Czech Republic vs. Poland
Minute Event
90' Game Over  Czech Republic 1-0 Poland
90' Half Over  Czech Republic 1-0 Poland
90' Shot on Goal  Jakub Blaszczykowski (Poland)
90' Shot on Goal  Robert Lewandowski (Poland)
90' Throw-In  Sebastian Boenisch (Poland)
90' Throw-In  Lukasz Piszczek (Poland)
90' Yellow Card  Tomas Pekhart (Czech Republic)
90' Foul  Hubschman fouled by Sebastian Boenisch (Poland)
90' Cross  Adrian Mierzejewski (Poland) - Foul
90' Foul  Brozek fouled by David Limbersky (Czech Republic)
90' Foul  Plasil fouled by Adrian Mierzejewski (Poland)
90' Throw-In  David Limbersky (Czech Republic)
90' Throw-In  David Limbersky (Czech Republic)
90' Throw-In  David Limbersky (Czech Republic)
90' Foul  Wasilewski fouled by Tomas Pekhart (Czech Republic)
90' Substitution  Tomas Pekhart (on). Baros (off). (Czech Republic)
90' Yellow Card  Damien Perquis (Poland)
90' Foul  Rezek fouled by Damien Perquis (Poland)
90' Corner Kick  Jakub Blaszczykowski (Poland) - Headed Out - In Play
89' Shot  Robert Lewandowski (Poland)
89' Cross  Lukasz Piszczek (Poland) - Off Target
89' Foul  Perquis fouled by Milan Baros (Czech Republic)
88' Foul  Gebre Selassie fouled by Kamil Grosicki (Poland)
88' Substitution  Jan Rezek (on). Pilar (off). (Czech Republic)
87' Yellow Card  Jaroslav Plasil (Czech Republic)
87' Yellow Card  Jakub Blaszczykowski (Poland)
87' Foul  Perquis fouled by Milan Baros (Czech Republic)
86' Goal Kick  Petr Cech (Czech Republic)
86' Offside  Marcin Wasilewski (Poland)
85' Shot on Goal  Dariusz Dudka (Poland)
85' Free Kick  Dariusz Dudka (Poland)
85' Foul  Brozek fouled by Michal Kadlec (Czech Republic)
85' Throw-In  Sebastian Boenisch (Poland)
84' Throw-In  David Limbersky (Czech Republic)
84' Substitution  Frantisek Rajtoral (on). Jiracek (off). (Czech Republic)
83' Throw-In  Sebastian Boenisch (Poland)
83' Cross  Lukasz Piszczek (Poland) - Headed Out - In Play
82' Foul  Lewandowski fouled by David Limbersky (Czech Republic)
82' Throw-In  Lukasz Piszczek (Poland)
80' Shot on Goal  Lukasz Piszczek (Poland)
80' Corner Kick  Adrian Mierzejewski (Poland) - Defended by Keeper
79' Cross  Jakub Blaszczykowski (Poland) - Clearance In Play
79' Cross  Adrian Mierzejewski (Poland) - Overhit
79' Corner Kick  Jaroslav Plasil (Czech Republic) - Headed Out - In Play
78' Cross  Jaroslav Plasil (Czech Republic) - Clearance Out of Play
78' Foul  Pilar fouled by Adrian Mierzejewski (Poland)
77' Corner Kick  Adrian Mierzejewski (Poland) - Headed Out - In Play
75' Offside  Milan Baros (Czech Republic)
73' Shot on Goal  Robert Lewandowski (Poland)
73' Substitution  Adrian Mierzejewski (on). Murawski (off). (Poland)
73' Substitution  Pawel Brozek (on). Obraniak (off). (Poland)
72' Goal  Petr Jiracek (Czech Republic). Assist by Baros
72' Shot on Goal  Petr Jiracek (Czech Republic)
71' Foul  Perquis fouled by Milan Baros (Czech Republic)
71' Goal Kick  Petr Cech (Czech Republic)
70' Foul  Wasilewski fouled by Daniel Kolar (Czech Republic)
70' Throw-In  Theodor Gebre Selassie (Czech Republic)
70' Throw-In  Sebastian Boenisch (Poland)
69' Throw-In  Sebastian Boenisch (Poland)
68' Shot on Goal  Milan Baros (Czech Republic)
68' Foul  Lewandowski fouled by Michal Kadlec (Czech Republic)
67' Foul  Wasilewski fouled by Milan Baros (Czech Republic)
66' Throw-In  Lukasz Piszczek (Poland)
65' Foul  Gebre Selassie fouled by Kamil Grosicki (Poland)
65' Shot on Goal  Tomás Sivok (Czech Republic)
65' Cross  Jaroslav Plasil (Czech Republic) - On Target
64' Foul  Pilar fouled by Lukasz Piszczek (Poland)
64' Cross  Vaclav Pilar (Czech Republic) - Clearance In Play
63' Goal Kick  Przemyslaw Tyton (Poland)
63' Shot  Theodor Gebre Selassie (Czech Republic)
63' Cross  Jaroslav Plasil (Czech Republic) - Off Target
62' Foul  Sivok fouled by Dariusz Dudka (Poland)
62' Cross  Jaroslav Plasil (Czech Republic) - Headed Out - In Play
61' Yellow Card  Marcin Wasilewski (Poland)
61' Foul  Limbersky fouled by Marcin Wasilewski (Poland)
60' Foul  Jiracek fouled by Sebastian Boenisch (Poland)
59' Foul  Pilar fouled by Dariusz Dudka (Poland)
59' Goal Kick  Przemyslaw Tyton (Poland)
58' Foul  Kolar fouled by Kamil Grosicki (Poland)
57' Cross  Kamil Grosicki (Poland) - Defended by Keeper
57' Offside  Theodor Gebre Selassie (Czech Republic)
57' Throw-In  David Limbersky (Czech Republic)
56' Foul  Lewandowski fouled by Michal Kadlec (Czech Republic)
56' Throw-In  Lukasz Piszczek (Poland)
56' Substitution  Kamil Grosicki (on). Polanski (off). (Poland)
55' Foul  Hubschman fouled by Robert Lewandowski (Poland)
55' Goal Kick  Przemyslaw Tyton (Poland)
54' Foul  Limbersky fouled by Jakub Blaszczykowski (Poland)
54' Goal Kick  Przemyslaw Tyton (Poland)
54' Shot  David Limbersky (Czech Republic)
54' Cross  Theodor Gebre Selassie (Czech Republic) - Overhit
53' Foul  Baros fouled by Marcin Wasilewski (Poland)
52' Throw-In  Theodor Gebre Selassie (Czech Republic)
52' Corner Kick  Jaroslav Plasil (Czech Republic) - Headed Out - In Play
51' Shot on Goal  Milan Baros (Czech Republic)
51' Throw-In  Vaclav Pilar (Czech Republic)
51' Cross  Jaroslav Plasil (Czech Republic) - Clearance Out of Play
50' Corner Kick  Vaclav Pilar (Czech Republic)
50' Cross  David Limbersky (Czech Republic) - Clearance Out of Play
50' Cross  Jakub Blaszczykowski (Poland) - Directly Out
50' Foul  Cech fouled by Marcin Wasilewski (Poland)
49' Foul  Murawski fouled by Vaclav Pilar (Czech Republic)
49' Throw-In  Sebastian Boenisch (Poland)
48' Foul  Wasilewski fouled by Milan Baros (Czech Republic)
48' Yellow Card  Eugen Polanski (Poland)
47' Foul  Pilar fouled by Eugen Polanski (Poland)
47' Cross  Vaclav Pilar (Czech Republic) - Headed Out - In Play
47' Corner Kick  Jaroslav Plasil (Czech Republic) - Headed Out - In Play
46' Throw-In  Theodor Gebre Selassie (Czech Republic)
46' Start Half 
45' Half Over  Czech Republic 0-0 Poland
45' Foul  Hubschman fouled by Jakub Blaszczykowski (Poland)
45' Throw-In  Theodor Gebre Selassie (Czech Republic)
45' Throw-In  Sebastian Boenisch (Poland)
44' Throw-In  David Limbersky (Czech Republic)
44' Cross  David Limbersky (Czech Republic) - Headed Out - In Play
44' Corner Kick  Vaclav Pilar (Czech Republic)
43' Shot on Goal  Vaclav Pilar (Czech Republic)
43' Goal Kick  Petr Cech (Czech Republic)
43' Shot  Damien Perquis (Poland)
42' Corner Kick  Ludovic Obraniak (Poland)
42' Shot  Rafal Murawski (Poland)
41' Shot on Goal  Vaclav Pilar (Czech Republic)
39' Foul  Lewandowski fouled by Michal Kadlec (Czech Republic)
39' Shot on Goal  Jaroslav Plasil (Czech Republic)
37' Cross  Jaroslav Plasil (Czech Republic) - Defended by Keeper
35' Throw-In  Theodor Gebre Selassie (Czech Republic)
34' Cross  Theodor Gebre Selassie (Czech Republic) - Clearance In Play
34' Foul  Sivok fouled by Dariusz Dudka (Poland)
33' Throw-In  David Limbersky (Czech Republic)
33' Cross  Eugen Polanski (Poland) - Headed Out - In Play
33' Throw-In  Lukasz Piszczek (Poland)
32' Foul  Blaszczykowski fouled by Theodor Gebre Selassie (Czech Republic)
32' Throw-In  Theodor Gebre Selassie (Czech Republic)
31' Throw-In  Theodor Gebre Selassie (Czech Republic)
30' Cross  Ludovic Obraniak (Poland) - Headed Out - In Play
30' Foul  Lewandowski fouled by Tomas Hubschman (Czech Republic)
30' Goal Kick  Przemyslaw Tyton (Poland)
29' Shot  Daniel Kolar (Czech Republic)
29' Corner Kick  Jaroslav Plasil (Czech Republic) - Off Target
28' Cross  David Limbersky (Czech Republic) - Clearance Out of Play
27' Offside  Milan Baros (Czech Republic)
26' Cross  Jakub Blaszczykowski (Poland) - Defended by Keeper
26' Cross  David Limbersky (Czech Republic) - Clearance In Play
25' Throw-In  David Limbersky (Czech Republic)
25' Throw-In  David Limbersky (Czech Republic)
24' Cross  Ludovic Obraniak (Poland) - Defended by Keeper
24' Throw-In  Lukasz Piszczek (Poland)
23' Cross  Jaroslav Plasil (Czech Republic) - Headed Out - In Play
23' Yellow Card  Rafal Murawski (Poland)
23' Foul  Baros fouled by Rafal Murawski (Poland)
22' Shot on Goal  Marcin Wasilewski (Poland)
22' Cross  Lukasz Piszczek (Poland) - On Target
22' Corner Kick  Ludovic Obraniak (Poland)
22' Shot on Goal  Sebastian Boenisch (Poland)
21' Cross  Ludovic Obraniak (Poland) - Headed Out - In Play
20' Cross  Daniel Kolar (Czech Republic) - Clearance In Play
19' Foul  Gebre Selassie fouled by Robert Lewandowski (Poland)
19' Throw-In  Sebastian Boenisch (Poland)
19' Throw-In  Ludovic Obraniak (Poland)
18' Throw-In  Sebastian Boenisch (Poland)
18' Throw-In  Sebastian Boenisch (Poland)
16' Foul  Jiracek fouled by Dariusz Dudka (Poland)
15' Goal Kick  Petr Cech (Czech Republic)
15' Shot  Eugen Polanski (Poland)
14' Goal Kick  Petr Cech (Czech Republic)
13' Shot  Sebastian Boenisch (Poland)
13' Cross  Jakub Blaszczykowski (Poland) - Headed Out - In Play
12' Yellow Card  David Limbersky (Czech Republic)
12' Foul  Blaszczykowski fouled by David Limbersky (Czech Republic)
11' Goal Kick  Petr Cech (Czech Republic)
10' Shot  Robert Lewandowski (Poland)
10' Cross  Jakub Blaszczykowski (Poland) - Off Target
10' Goal Kick  Przemyslaw Tyton (Poland)
8' Corner Kick  Ludovic Obraniak (Poland)
8' Cross  Ludovic Obraniak (Poland) - Defended by Keeper
7' Throw-In  Sebastian Boenisch (Poland)
7' Goal Kick  Petr Cech (Czech Republic)
6' Shot  Ludovic Obraniak (Poland)
6' Free Kick  Ludovic Obraniak (Poland)
5' Foul  Blaszczykowski fouled by Michal Kadlec (Czech Republic)
5' Throw-In  Lukasz Piszczek (Poland)
5' Foul  Perquis fouled by Milan Baros (Czech Republic)
4' Goal Kick  Przemyslaw Tyton (Poland)
3' Cross  Theodor Gebre Selassie (Czech Republic)
3' Throw-In  Lukasz Piszczek (Poland)
2' Goal Kick  Petr Cech (Czech Republic)
2' Shot  Dariusz Dudka (Poland)
2' Cross  Ludovic Obraniak (Poland)
1' Foul  Lewandowski fouled by David Limbersky (Czech Republic)
1' Start Half 

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