Mexico vs Poland Highlights – 22 Nov 2022


Both Mexico and Poland missed the chance to capitalize on Argentina’s shock loss to Saudi Arabia as their Group C opener at the 2022 World Cup ended goalless.

While Gerardo Martino’s side had the most possession and the better chances overall, Poland only managed to add to the victory for star striker Robert Lewandowski, who missed a second-half penalty.

The Barcelona striker won a penalty after a tackle with Hector Moreno in the penalty area, which was reviewed by VAR, but his weak shot was saved by veteran Mexico goalkeeper Guillermo ‘Memo’ Ochoa, who became only the eighth player – and fourth Mexico – to have played in five world championships.

Lewandowski remained goalless at the World Cup, but in reality Poland did little to contribute to a deserved win and opted for a policy of restraint.

Mexico vs Poland Highlights
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Mexico had first-half chances through dangerous Alexis Vegas and Jesus Gallardo headers, while Poland keeper Wojciech Szczesny was also well placed to save Henry Martin’s header after the break.

El Tri meets Argentina, previously beaten by Saudi Arabia, on Saturday, while Poland next meets the Green Falcons.

Sporting News follows the live score updates and highlights for Mexico vs Poland in the 2022 World Cup. Follow below for the full Group C results in Qatar.

Mexico vs. Poland, 2022 World Cup highlights
STANDING: Mexico 0-0 Poland

On the one hand missed opportunities for both teams. Mexico looked on the better side for most of the game but couldn’t convert any of their chances. Poland only had one crucial goal but Guillermo Ochoa saved a lousy penalty from the great Robert Lewandowski who could have stolen the win.

Saudi Arabia topped Group C after the first round of matches!

Mexico vs Poland Highlights – 22 Nov 2022

96 min: Poland pushes forward and Grzegorz Krychowiak steps onto the long line from 25 meters but always gets past him.

Minute 94: Is there one last chance for both sides? They both looked very tired now.

90 minutes: There are SEVEN minutes of added time. Where did you get all this from?

87th minute: Poland also makes substitutions, with Juventus striker Arkadiusz Milik replacing Piotr Zielinski.

84th minute: Mexico sends on Uriel Antuna for Alexis Vega, who works tirelessly for nothing.

82 minutes: Back to business. Raul Jimenez burst into the box but the Wolves striker’s touch let him down as he looked to pull the trigger.

Minute 77: NEWS: Manchester United have just announced that Cristiano Ronaldo is leaving the club “by mutual consent, with immediate effect”. They thanked him for his “huge contribution through two spells at Old Trafford”.

75 minutes: There are 15 minutes of regulation time – plus at least another five minutes by the time the rest of the tournament is over – in Group C meetings. Either side gets to pick a winner or we have a second zero-draw of the day.

72 minutes: Poland also made a substitution and included midfielder Przemysław Frankowski to replace Sebastian Szymanski.

70 minutes: Double change for Mexico. Forward Raul Jimenez, who has struggled for form in recent months, and Charlie Rodriguez joined, replacing Henry Martin and Hector Herrera.

Minute 64: Chance for Mexico! Kevin Alvarez sent in a cross from the left which Henry Martin headed on target, but Wojciech Szczesny equaled and dived to his left to beat him.

60th minute: To the delight of the crowd, the Mexican fans celebrated as if they had won the World Cup.

57 minutes: SAVED! Robert Lewandowski fired a shot to his right but Guillermo Ochoa, making his 137th appearance, dived to his left to parry it. Lewandowski is still looking for his first World Cup goal.

SAVED! Robert Lewandowski fired a shot to his right but Guillermo Ochoa, making his 137th appearance, dived to his left to parry it. Lewandowski is still looking for his first World Cup goal.
CREDIT: ATV SAVED! Robert Lewandowski fired a shot to his right but Guillermo Ochoa, making his 137th appearance, dived to his left to parry it. Lewandowski is still looking for his first World Cup goal.

55th min: PENALTY TO POLAND! That seemed a bit harsh on Moreno, but he gets a yellow card for his troubles.
54th min: Hector Moreno and Robert Lewandowski jostling in the box. Both players going hard for the ball and pulling each other’s jerseys. Possible penalty? It’s gone to VAR.

52nd min: Similar pattern to the first half so far. Mexico doing most of the pressing, Poland – who have had one solitary attempt on goal – content with containment.

46th min: We’re back underway at Stadium 974. Poland have made a half-time substitution, bringing on Birmingham City’s Krystian Bielik for Roma youngster Nicola Zalewski.

HALF-TIME: Mexico 0-0 Poland

HALF-TIME: Mexico 0-0 Poland
HALF-TIME: Mexico 0-0 Poland

Mexico the better side and they have had a few half-chances, but Poland are holding firm. Let’s hope for goals in the second half…Mexico’s last 12 at World Cups have all come in the second half, incidentally.

45th min: We’ll have two minutes of added time…

44th min: Hirving Lozano attempts a one-two on the edge of the box before going to ground. The ball falls for the overlapping Jorge Sanchez, who forces Wojciech Szczesny to tip his effort over the bar.

39th min: A teasing ball in from the left from Mexico’s Luis Chavez eludes several of team-mates in the area. Hirving Lozano puts in back in the mixer, but Poland clear. El Tri doing all the pressing, but chances still at a premium.

37th min: Important bit of history being made at this match today, by the way.

33rd min: Poland are quite happy to sit deep in a defensive block and let Mexico try to break them down. Bit of a tactical stalemate at the moment after a drop in the early energy levels.

30th min: Saudi Arabia, incidentally, has apparently declared a national holiday tomorrow after their sensational victory over Argentina in this group earlier. And why not.

28th min: Another half-chance for Mexico as Jesus Gallardo gets a toe to a through ball ahead of Poland keeper Wojciech Szczesny, who gets half a hand on it before his defenders bail him out at the cost of a corner.

26th min: Best chance of the game so far. Mexico’s Alexis Vega gets a decent head on a cross from the right, but can only steer his effort wide of the right post.

23rd min: Robert Lewandowski goes to ground on the edge of the area after a coming together with Mexico defender Cesar Montes, but there’s nothing doing there.
21st min: Mexico have reached the last 16 in all of the last seven World Cups since 1994, but never gone any further. Could this be the tournament where go one step further? It’s been a decent start from El Tri.

17th min: Hirving Lozano looks a threat for Mexico and he tries a one-two on the edge of the box, but the overlapping Jorge Sanchez is flagged offside.

12th min: Good pace and vibrancy to this encounter early on. From a corner, Mexico whip a curling ball in from the left but central defender Hector Moreno can’t keep his header down.

8th min: A lovely pass from Robert Lewandowski puts Poland on the attack but Mexico defender Jesus Gallardo gets back to clear the danger and concede a corner, which comes to nothing.

5th min: Mistake from Poland allows Mexico to spring Hirving Lozano down the right. The Napoli striker whips in a ball right across the face of goal, but Alexis Vega – arriving at the far post – can’t quite get on the end of it.

1st min: Mexico kick off. Big opportunity for both of these teams after Argentina’s stunning loss to Saudi Arabia earlier blew this Group C wide open.

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