Senegal’s Niang bypassed Poland’s goalkeeper Szczesny to hit in a second goal.
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Senegal became the first African team to win a match at the 2018 World Cup Tuesday when they beat Poland 2-1, helped by two shocking errors in the European side's defense.Poland defender Thiago Cionek stuck out a leg and deflected Idrissa Gueye's wayward shot into the net in the 37th minute before goalkeeper Wojciech Szczesny rushed recklessly out of his area and allowed M'Baye Niang to nip in and score into an empty net on the hour.Krychowiak headed Poland's goal in the 86th minute.Krychowiak sent a long ball back from deep inside the Senegal half, Szczesny rushed out of his area to collect the pass but Niang stole in to score to Polish disbelief.
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