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Poland held Russia 1-1 even without Lewandowski

Poland held their arch-rivals Russia 1-1 in a warm-up game ahead of the European Football Championships, despite their star player Robert Lewandowski being rested. Poland took the lead in the fourth minute itself. Przemysaw Frankowski scored the ball for Jakub wierjök who scored his first goal in international football. Russia scored the equalizer in the 21st minute. For him, this goal was scored by Vyacheslav Karaviev on the cross of Aleksandr Golovin. Lewandowski sat outside and enjoyed the match as coach Paulo Sosa wanted to give him a break after a busy schedule with Bayern Munich. Earlier, a goal from Inter Milan midfielder Ivan Perisic in his 100th match helped Croatia hold Armenia in a 1-1 draw. Colombia-born midfielder Webemar scored for Armenia. The match between two other teams of Euro 2020, Slovakia and Bulgaria also ended in a 1-1 draw.