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The wait is over, Finally, Poland striker Robert Lewandowski has announced his arrival at Euro 2016.

The Bayen Munich forward had been struggling to find the net throughout the tournament, and despite his side progressing to the quarter finals, they had done so without his goalscoring touch.

That, however, has now all changed, as the generally lethal striker put Poland 1-0 up against Portgual after less than 2 minutes – a well-taken strike following a low cross in from Rennes winger Kamil Grosicki:


The goal goes down as the second-fastest goal in European Championships history, clocking in at 1 minute and 40 seconds.

Poland have started very brightly against Fernando Santos’ side, and while both sides needed more than 90 minutes to see off their respective opponents in the last 16, the game has started at a frantic pace.

The score remains 1-0 to Poland with just over ten minutes gone, but there could be a few more goals in this one.

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