Friendly match: Lewandowski fault referee for Poland loss to Nigeria

 Super Eagles striker, Victor Moses said his penalty goal against Poland in Friday’s international friendly was well deserved, while his Polish counterpart Robert Lewandowski believes it was a phantom penalty award. 


Poland’s Grzegorz Krychowiak (R) and Nigeria’s Victor Moses vie for the ball during the international friendly football match of Poland vs Nigeria in Wroclaw, Poland, on March 23, 2018, in preparation of the 2018 Fifa World Cup. / AFP PHOTO Moses had dribbled his way into Poles penalty box in the 61st minute and an extended leg by Marcin Kaminski. obstructed his advance towards goal. “For sure it was a penalty when I was fouled, the referee made the right decision. It was a good win for us,” Victor Moses said at the mixed zone. “Poland has many good players. They attacked especially well after conceding the goal, but we showed more character today. “We wanted to enjoy the game and simply win. We believe that during the World Cup, we will manage to go as far as possible.” Lewandowski said that referee Michael Oliver made a mistake in awarding the kick. “I think that Nigeria did not create too many chances. It was the penalty incident, which probably was not. “The referee told me that he whistled because he saw the reaction of Kamyk (Marcin KamiDski).”

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