Poland’s football team is coming home from Qatar after losing 3-1 to France in the World Cup.
Posting a video on its social media, Łódź officials at city hall added the cheeky caption: “When the wife is looking for the perfect wardrobe, but you have more important things to do.”
Poland scraped into knock-out stages of the World Cup for the first time since 1986 on Wednesday night despite losing to Argentina 2-0.
Images of Abdul Samad Khan’s stadium celebration amid a sea of Saudi fans went viral when he revealed a Poland match shirt with Lewy’s distinctive number 9 on the back. Tracking him down on social media, the Polish captain invited the fan to the squad’s Ezdan Palace Hotel training base.
The victory, a significant improvement on the tepid performance against Mexico earlier in the week, leaves Poland on the verge of qualifying for the knock-out stages.
Poland started their football World Cup campaign with an underwhelming 0-0 draw with Mexico, in Doha, Qatar's capital.
WEBBER’S WORLD: Remembered to this day as one of the World Cup’s most iconic games, the semi-final match against West Germany was dubbed ‘the water battle of Frankfurt’ after a torrential downpour had left the pitch in a quagmire.
Robert Lewandowski, Poland's most famous football player, is the seventh highest-earning football player in the world, according to a ranking prepared by Forbes.
Robbed of a Patek Phillipe watch worth around PLN 450,000, the Poland captain reportedly chased the robbers on foot before losing them. Taking place outside Barcelona’s training ground, the property has since been recovered.
With news that at least one of Robert Lewandowski’s early clubs will receive a huge chunk of cash following his dream move to Barcelona, this week’s Webber’s World travels to the town of Pruszków where the town’s football club Znicz will get a whopping EUR 450,000.