Lewy on target for Poland

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Robert Lewandowski found the net and Poland led 2-0 at one point in their penultimate pre-World Cup friendly against Chile on Friday night, but the match in Poznan ultimately ended 2-2. Lewandowski put the home side a goal up from 16 yards after half an hour, with Piotr Zieliński doubling the lead four minutes later.

Chile, supported from the touchlines by the injured Arturo Vidal, pulled one back before the break through Diego Valdes (38). Miiko Albornoz levelled it up and rounded off the scoring after 56 minutes. Lewandwoski was substituted a quarter of an hour before the end.

Poland's final pre-tournament friendly is against Lithuania in Warsaw on 12 June. Lewy and Co open their World Cup campaign against Senegal on 19 June.