Poland without Lewandowski against Orange, Lang in the stands

Robert Lewandowski will miss Saturday night with Poland in the Nations League match against the Netherlands. The Bayern Munich striker was not among the 23 players transferred by national coach تشيeslav Micłowicz to UEFA. Noa Lang was absent from the Orange squad for the match, who have to sit in the De Quebes stands. The Club Brugge striker still had a place in base against Wales on Wednesday.

National team coach Louis van Gaal had already said that Vincent Janssen would skip the confrontation with Poland. The Mexican striker Monterrey joined Orange only this week because he got married in the United States last weekend. So Jansen lost in the away matches he won against Belgium (1-4) and Wales (1-2). He was allowed to play from Van Gaal in the international final against Wales at De Koep on Tuesday.

Poland’s national team coach Mitchiniewicz hinted on Friday that Lewandowski may be missing out against Orange. The 33-year-old, who wants to leave Bayern Munich, will be given a rest during Tuesday’s match at home in Warsaw against Belgium. Eric Milek, a former Ajax player, was also absent from the Poland squad.

AP

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