WARSAW, Poland. March 27 (PSN) – Lukasz Teodorczyk believes that Poland have a good chance in defeating the Republic of Ireland in their upcoming UEFA EURO 2016 qualifier.
The Poland striker is brimming with confidence due to recent great form for Dynamo Kyiv.
Dynamo recently knocked out Everton FC from the UEFA Europa League competition last week, whom which Teodorczyk contributed in a 5:2 home win by scoring a goal.
Now it seems that in the upcoming international match between Ireland and Poland there may be some familiar faces that “Teo” will expect to see.
“I scored for Dynamo against Everton last week and the manager here (Adam Nawalka) reminded me that Ireland’s right side (Coleman and McGeady) is made up of Everton players,” says Teodorczyk who may partner up with Robert Lewandowski up front on Sunday.
“So this is another chance for me to play against them and, hopefully, beat them. I scored against them so maybe they’ll remember me.”
Teodorczyk knows well first hand how the Irish play and believes Poland will have a tough physical encounter on their hands come Sunday.
“Teams like Ireland prefer a physical style to a technical one and I think we will see that on Sunday.”
“We’re going for a win and we will have to battle, but we can’t let ourselves get provoked and pick up stupid red cards.”
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