Poland Praying for Divine Intervention
Defender Michał Żewłakow is under the impression that Poland need some kind of divine intervention if they are to continue their journey in their first ever Euro 2008 finals. They need to win by at least 2-0 against the Croats on Monday, while at the same time depending on the Austria-Germany result to go their way. Żewłakow thinks they do have a chance, albeit a very slim one but they do believe they can do it. He appreciates that they can only do what they can in their game against Croatia, knowing that they cannot change the proceedings in the Austria-Germany game and that although a miracle is needed, they will be praying for one.
Poland needs a vast improvement on the previous two games, according to Żewłakow, with the defence in particular having to concentrate a lot better than they have been. As a defender himself, Żewłakow knows they cannot be satisfied with their efforts up until now, with the team conceding too many goals.
Tags: Poland, Euro 2008