Lewandowski sets up injury time equaliser for Poland, after Kane gave England the lead

Harry Kane of England against Poland
Harry Kane of England against Poland

Harry Kane’s stunning strike was cancelled out by Poland’s injury-time equaliser in a pulsating World Cup qualifier clash.

England’s impressive winning streak in the World Cup Qualifiers came to an end after the 1-1 draw against Poland.

The Three Lions struck first after Harry Kane’s stunning goal in the second half, but only to be cancelled out by Damien Syzmanski’s equaliser, set up by Robert Lewandowski, in stoppage time.

The Euro 2020 runners were disappointed after conceding the late equaliser however Poland, on the other hand, would be mighty pleased with a crucial draw as they are currently a point behind Albania in Group I.

Kane and Lewandowski show their class

Kane might have become a polarising figure after his antics with Tottenham Hotspur to force out a transfer to Manchester City in the summer transfer window.

However, his performances cannot be doubted whenever he is on the pitch and the goal against Poland shows the rich vein of form he is in at the moment.

Kane’s belter of a strike against the Polish team extended his scoring streak to 15 games in the qualifiers.

On the other hand, Lewandowski, arguably the best No.9 in the world at the moment, set up a brilliant assist for Poland’s equaliser.

The Bayern Munich striker’s form has often been questioned whether he can bear the same influence on the national side.

Lewandowski has been proving that notion wrong lately after his impressive run in the European Championship although Poland couldn’t progress past the group stage.

One of the leading contenders of this year’s Ballon d’Or award, the 33-year-old is off to a sensational start to this season, scoring 5 goals in 3 Bundesliga matches.