Poland defeated Bosnia and Herzegovina 3-0 in the European League, and Lewandese midfielder Klich, who gave Lewand an assist, was interviewed after the game.
After the Bosnia-Herzegovina defender was sent off with a red card, the Polish team took the initiative on the field. Klich said: "You know, they got the red card very early. It undoubtedly helped us, and it will not affect us. This There is no excuse. We scored three goals and we could have scored more. This result was what we deserved."
Klich was arranged behind Lewand in this game, but he didn’t know if he would continue to play in this position: "I don’t know, you should ask the coach. When I come to the Polish national team, I will play as the coach and need me to go. Any position. I played the tenth position behind Robert today and against Italy. The closer I get to the front, the better I feel, so this suits me well."
After the game, Poland ranked first in the group, but Klich did not want to comment on this. He said: "See you in November. After that, we will have two difficult games to end the games with Italy and the Netherlands. Later, we will see how it will help us."