Spain 1-1 Poland | UEFA Euro 2020 | Player ratings as Robert Lewandowski scores to keep La Roja in Group E.


Spain was halted for the second time at Euro 2020 when Poland came from behind to earn a point in Group E.

Alvaro Morata’s first-half goal was cancelled out by Robert Lewandowski in the second half, but Gerard Moreno missed a great chance to win the game for Spain with a penalty kick.

With two points from as many games, La Roja is now third in the group, while Poland is at the bottom with a single point.

Despite having the majority of possession, Luis Enrique’s team struggled to exert their control in the contest.

Despite the fact that Spain is still unblemished, they still have a lot of work to do before the last round of group matches. They will play Slovakia for a chance to win their first match of the competition, while Poland will face Sweden for a place in the last 16. If La Roja is to go to the next round, they must improve their performance. Let’s take a look at the player ratings from tonight’s game, shall we?

Unai Simon has a score of 6/10.

Although he couldn’t have done anything about Lewandowski’s goal, Spain’s goalkeeper was active. He made one good block in the first half.

7/10 Marcos Llorente

Llorente was crucial to the ball’s development, laying 92 accurate passes and creating one chance in the process.

7/10 Aymeric Laporte

He was beaten in the air by Lewandowski for Poland’s equalizer, but his 93 percent passing success left an impression.

Torres, Pau – 7/10

Torres put in a strong defensive performance, making several good blocks and reading the game wonderfully, jumping into four clearances.

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6/10 Dani Olmo

His probing runs from the flanks caused a lot of concern for Poland, but they never resulted in a straight goal.


Ferran Torres has a score of 6/10.

He struggled to get involved as the game progressed, and one of his shots went off target.

6/10 Fabian Ruiz

Ruiz made a good connection with Alba down the sides after replacing Moreno, and he also laid a good cross.

N/A - Mikel Oyarzabal

Real Sociedad's star player only came on for the final eight minutes of the game, and he only had two touches on the ball.

Pablo Sarabia has a score of 6/10.

He took over in midfield from Koke and played a more advanced role, despite the fact that the PSG star wasn't a direct threat.

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