Poland threw away a two goal lead against Chile in Poznan on Friday, in the penultimate game of their World Cup preparation.
The goal of the match came courtesy of star-man Robert Lewandowski, who thundered home an absolute piledriver with his left foot from outside the box on the half-hour mark.
That goal was Lewandowski’s 53rd in international football, five more than any other player has managed for Poland.
On 34 minutes, Hull winger Kamil Grosicki set up Piotr Zielinski to make it 2-0 to the hosts.
However, Diego Valdes headed home soon after for Chile.
The fourth and final goal of the game came after the break, courtesy of a stunner from Hannover defender Miiko Albornoz from a similar position to where Lewandowski scored.
Quite a few decent goals in there.
Poland face Lithuania on Tuesday in their final warm-up game before heading to the World Cup.
With Lewandowski leading the line, the Poles could do rather well in Russia too!