Poland on the brink of elimination

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Poland on the brink of elimination

According to the latest reports, Poland's results in this Euro qualifying round are so poor that they need to stage a miracle against the odds or miss out on next year's Euro main round.

After the last round of qualifying, no team in Group E has qualified for the Europa League ahead of schedule. There are Albania, Czech Republic, Poland, Moldova and Faroe Islands in the group. Poland and Czech Republic are slightly stronger among these teams, but the current situation is that Poland is three points behind Albania at the top of the table with one game more, and one point behind the second-placed Czech team.

Levon, who is out due to injury, is now in pain, as he is the captain of the Polish team but can't save the team. If Levan had played, it is hard to imagine that Poland would have been forced to draw by Moldova. If Poland misses next year's Euro, it will be a great loss for both the team and Levan.

Moldova is behind Poland with 9 points, and with only one point separating them, they are at risk of falling at any moment. Poland will now have to take down the Czech Republic in the next round to have any hope of advancing, and they will also have to pray that Moldova can beat Albania so that their hopes of advancing will be even higher. Poland need a miracle now, and as the captain of the team, Levan has to step up.