MALAGA, Spain. Feb 2 (PSN) - The Polish national team defeated Romania 4:1 in an international friendly match on Saturday night.
A strong performance for Poland, the match was played in Malaga, Spain.Striker Lukasz Teodorczyk made his national team debut on Saturday for Poland and recorded a two goal brace in three minutes to put up the Poles 3:1 before half.
Before that, Lubin midfielder Szymon Pawłowski opened the scoring in the 15th minute of play with a sharp shot in the penalty box. Łukasik would top things up with a cheeky backheel goal past Romanian goalkeeper Lung in the 33rd.
Romania would gain a goal themselves afterwards, taking advantage of a turnover from the Polish goalkeeper, Grozav would put away the empty netter.
Both sides played with players only from their domestic leagues, with the exception of defender Piotr Celeban who plays his club football for FC Vaslui in Romania.
A good warm up test for Poland who prepare for their next match against the Republic of Ireland on February 6, which will feature players from international leagues.
Poland - Romania 4:1 (4:1)
Goals: Pawłowski 15', Teodorczyk 24', 27', Łukasik 33' - Grozav 40'
Referee: Pedro Jesus Perez Montero (Spain)
Poland: Słowik - Broź, Jędrzejczyk (46, Jodłowiec), Celeban, Wawrzyniak, Łukasik (67, Furman), Kaźmierczak, Wszołek (46, Kucharczyk), Pawłowski (54, Kupisz), Sobota (84, Stępiński), Teodorczyk
Romania: Lung (46, Balgradean) - Gaman (46, Luchin), Matel (46, Mateiu), Grigore, Chiriches, Chitu, Neagu (46, Budescu), Nistor, Stanciu (46, Radut), Grozav (46, Maxim), Alexe (64, Alibec)