It is possibly too study to say that Poland uses its own gold generation, just like Belgium and France, but the current interaction of the team looks improved than in the mid-1980s.
Led by Robert Lewandowski, who seems to score every time, Poland did well during the European Championships 2016. There they reached the quarterfinals after they were eliminated by the winners in Portugal in a penalty shootout.
Since then they persist to do what makes them triumphant. In the qualifying matches for the World Cup, they put the ball in the nets for 25 times, out of which, total 16 goals came from Lewandowski, making him the top scorer in the qualifying campaign of the FIFA World Cup. Since then the team has played four games and made totaled eleven goals. On Tuesday, they defeated Lithuania by 4-0.
So the good news is that Poland has the potential to score, and the best news is that the young players of the team have improved since the Euro Cup. Most of Lewandowski’s career in Poland so far usually has a solo show, but in the past two years, the performance of Piotr Zieliński and Arkadiusz Milik, two young strikers came in action, to support Lewandowski.
Poland is another team that had problems deciding on a formation. Coach Adam Nawałka tried to find a way to improve the defense, which was good in the European Championship 2016 but had the worst defensive performance of a qualifier. In some friendly games he had set up a 3-4-3 formation, but usually, the team functions with 4-2-3-1 or 4-4-2 formation.
There isn’t a doubt about the spectator as Lewandowski has been a show stopper for Poland, and with 16 hits in the nets in World Cup qualifier has been fetched all the attention on this Polish striker in Russia.