Poland today turned around and beat Wales 2-1 in the debut of Group 4 of the League of Nations A, in a game played in Wroclaw.
After a ‘white’ first half, Jonathan Williams put the visitors in front, with a goal in the 52nd minute, in a cross from the edge of the area, but the Poles responded in the 72nd minute, by young midfielder Jakub Kaminski, just 19 years old. , who, in the area, took an opponent from the front and tied the match.
The turnaround came in the 85th minute, with a shot by Karol Swiderski, after receiving a rebound from the heel of Rhys Norrington-Davies.
Belgium and the Netherlands, who face each other on Friday in Brussels, are the other teams that make up Group 4.
The first place in the group is the only one that will give access to the ‘final four’ of the competition, whose first edition was won by Portugal, in Porto, in 2019, while the second was won by France, last year.