Poland Beats Armenia in World Cup Qualifier

Poland beats Armenia in World Cup Qualifier game in Warsaw on Tuesday, October 11 (Photo: PAP/Leszek Szymański)
Poland beats Armenia in World Cup Qualifier game in Warsaw on Tuesday, October 11 (Photo: PAP/Leszek Szymański)

Poland beats Armenia in World Cup Qualifier game in Warsaw on Tuesday, October 11 (Photo: PAP/Leszek Szymański)

WARSAW, Poland (thenews.pl)—Poland beat Armenia 2:1 in a nail-biting World Cup qualifier in Warsaw on Tuesday.

The winning goal was scored by Poland’s star striker Robert Lewandowski in the last minute of extra time.

After three matches, Poland has seven points in the Group E qualifying category, tying with Montenegro in top spot.

Tuesday’s match was attended by Polish President Andrzej Duda.

First Armenian Front supporting Armenian team at stadium in Warsaw (Source: News.am)

First Armenian Front supporting Armenian team at stadium in Warsaw (Source: News.am)

Armenian fans who arrived in Warsaw to attend the 2018 World Cup qualifier Poland vs. Armenia, reached the city’s National Stadium belting out songs, NEWS.am Sport correspondent reports from Poland.

“Among them were members of First Armenian Front, as well as fans from different cities of Armenia, Poland and other European countries,” reported News.am.

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