Senegal vanquished Poland 2 – 1 #WorldCup.  Full-time: Poland 1-2 Senegal It's all finished at the Spartak Stadium, where Senegal have taken the focuses to Poland's detriment. They're the first African group out of five to, keep away from vanquishing as well as a win at this current summer's World Cup. A Thiago Cionek possesses own-goal gave them a first-half lead, which was multiplied when M'Baye Niang profited by a frightfully undercooked backpass from Gregorz Krychowiak to score. Krychowiak pulled a goal back for Poland with a couple of minutes to go, yet it wasn't sufficient. Senegal returns to their preparation base as altogether meriting champs.

Senegal vanquished Poland in their opening Group H amusement with a 2-1 triumph at the Spartak Stadium.

M'Baye Niang's strike anchored triumph on the hour following a 37th-minute claim goal gave Senegal the half-time lead. The two groups appeared to be apprehensive toward the begin in Senegal's first World Cup coordinate since 2002 and Poland's first since 1996.
In the first half of few shots, Senegal took control when outshot Poland 5-2 while the Poles had a slight ownership edge.

Senegal led the pack when Mbaye Niang circumvented Lukasz Piszczek on the flank following a restart and focused to Sadio Mané. The Senegal midfielder goes to Idrissa Gueye, who sent a right-foot shot from the circular segment toward Wojciech Szczesny's far post. In any case, Poland safeguards Thiago Cionek, close to the punishment spot, lifted his right leg and diverted the ball past a wrong-footed Szczesny.

Niang at that point struck on the hour. From the focal point of the pitch, Grzegorz Krychowiak attempted to hang a 50-yard go back to his goalkeeper yet the ball dropped woefully short. Niang beat Szczesny to the ball and shot into a vacant net. Krychowiak pulled an objective back, yet it was insufficient for Poland.

The groups next play on Sunday, when Senegal confront Japan and Poland go up against Colombia.