Poland’s strategy against France

The France team will try to reach the quarter-finals of the World Cup by beating Poland this Sunday, December 4. The opponent of the Blues prepares this match with the greatest meticulousness and with a tactic that emerges.

Despite the surprise defeat against Tunisia, France have a good appointment with the round of 16 of the world Cup. The players of Didier Deschamps avoid Argentina find themselves opposed to the Poland of a certain Robert Lewandowski. The Poles are already considering the possibility of a draw and therefore a penalty shootout.

Despite its offensive armada, Poland has not shone for its attack since the start of the World Cup. The one who has really been above the lot is not the whimsical scorer of FC Barcelona Lewandowski but Wojciech Szczęsny.

The Juventus goalkeeper from Turin is the one who has stopped the most shots in this competition, 18. He is also the only goalkeeper to have stopped two penalties. An area that Poland is working on before the match against the Blues.

According to information from The Team, Czeslaw Michniewicz’s side ended their last training session with a penalty shootout. The journalists present had to turn off their cameras so as not to give any clues to theFrench team.

Poland’s tactics seem clear. A low and compact block to undergo the French assaults to hold out until extra time and finish on the lottery of penalties. An area where Szczęsny is comfortable and growing in power, unlike the French who have bad memories of Euro 2020. The Blues are warned.

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