World Cup 2022: At Stadium 974, there was a tie between Mexico and Poland

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At Stadium 974, Mexico and Poland failed to break the tie and their duel for date 1 of group C of the Qatar 2022 World Cup ended 0-0. The national teams could not beat the rival goal.

Mexico had a higher record of possession of the ball with an average of 60%. However, he was unable to score the goal that would have broken the parity.

Poland striker Robert Lewandowski squandered his chance to open the scoring and take the lead by missing a penalty in the 57th minute of the second half.

Alexis Vega had a great performance. The attacker from Mexico shone, kicking 5 times and making 28 correct passes.

Another player who had a great game was Wojciech Szczesny. The Polish goalkeeper was the protagonist against Mexico: he held 4 shots and made 25 correct passes.

The game got dirty with fouls and the players put in more strong leg. There were 3 reprimands: Jorge Sánchez, Héctor Moreno and Przemyslaw Frankowski.

The DT of Mexico, Gerardo Martino, presented a tactical arrangement 4-3-3 with Guillermo Ochoa in the goal; Jorge Sánchez, César Montes, Héctor Moreno and Jesús Gallardo on the defensive line; Héctor Herrera, Edson Álvarez and Luis Chavez in the middle; and Hirving Lozano, Henry Martín and Alexis Vega in attack.

For their part, Czeslaw Michniewicz’s team came out with a 5-4-1 tactical arrangement with Wojciech Szczesny under the three sticks; Matty Cash, Bartosz Bereszynski, Kamil Glik, Jakub Kiwior and Nicola Zalewski on defense; Jakub Kaminski, Grzegorz Krychowiak, Sebastian Szymanski and Piotr Zielinski in midfield; and Robert Lewandowski up front.

Christopher Beath was in charge of supervising the order of play during the match.

On the next day of the World Cup in Qatar, Mexico will face Argentina, while Poland and Saudi Arabia will be rivals at the Education City stadium.

Note and image source: DataFactory

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