Lewandowski Confirmed Out of Poland's Euro 2024 Opener

The Polish Football Association confirms Robert Lewandowski's absence from the crucial match against the Netherlands in the group stage of Euro 2024 due to a knee injury.

The Polish Football Association (PZPN) has confirmed that Robert Lewandowski, the top scorer of the Polish national team, will miss the highly anticipated match against the Netherlands.

Lewandowski started in the friendly match against Turkey as part of their preparations for the Euro 2024 championship. However, after 33 minutes on the pitch at the National Stadium in Warsaw, the number 9 shirt was forced to leave due to pain in his right knee.

Poland's coach, Michal Probierz, initially reassured that "Lewandowski's injury is minor, and there shouldn't be a problem."

However, medical examinations confirmed the absence of the Polish national team's all-time leading scorer from the first round of the group stage in Euro 2024, which will see the Eagles face the Netherlands.

The PZPN has pledged to do everything possible to ensure Lewandowski's participation in the next match, scheduled against Austria.



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