A map of the passes of the Polish national team in the meeting with Mexico has been published. According to the data of the “CrabStats” portal, the player who, next to Robert Lewandowski, was the greatest threat to the Mexicans is Wojciech Szczęsny.
The goalless match of the Polish national team met with a negative reception from the majority of fans. The team was accused of a lack of ideas and reluctance in constructing offensive actions.
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The most common way to play the ball was to withdraw it to Wojciech Szczęsny, and then kick it towards the lonely Robert Lewandowski. Czesław Michniewicz’s team playing in this way did not record a single key pass. We wrote about it HERE.
Now the “CrabStats” portal has looked at the constructions of the “White and red” action. Most often we exchanged the ball on the line Jakub Kiwior – Kamil Glik. However, the second place was taken by Wojciech Szczęsny – Robert Lewandowski.-
What’s more, the published graphics perfectly reflect the situation of Jakub Kamiński on the pitch. The winger was completely cut off from passing.
“CrabStats” also shows the greatest threat from the Polish national team when a given player was on the ball. The leader was Robert Lewandowski, but in second place was… Wojciech Szczęsny. As if that wasn’t enough, Grzegorz Krychowiak, our main midfielder, had a negative GPA and performed the worst of all players.