Captain of Poland Robert Lewandowski has scored his first FIFA World Cup goal against Saudi Arabia in a Group C second match, earning them all three points.
Robert Lewandowski was part of the Poland squad during the 2018 World Cup that was played in Russia and featured in all three games for his national team.
Despite the 34-year-old being the top scorer for Poland, he had never scored a World Cup goal.
Their second group game against Saudi Arabia on Saturday saw Harve Renard’s side dominate the early stages of the first half but Poland managed to get their first goal of the game with Lewandoski assisting Piotr Zielinski who comfortably scored from a close range.
Poland goalkeeper Wojciech Szczesny kept his side in the game after saving a penalty kick just before halftime.
However, the Barcelona forward capitalized on a defensive error from Saudi Arabia in the 82nd minute to get his first World Cup goal for Poland.
Poland are first on the table with just a point difference between them and Saudi Arabia, with their next game against Argentina, while Saudi Arabia face Mexico.