|Lukas Podolski and German coach Joachim Löw|
Lukas Podolski is still crying for two countries because of coach Joachim Löw.
Podolski said. "I hope we're first and the Poles second coming out of the group."
But this young energetic Polish team is ready to stop German football team and Podolski with all their last breath.
"Poland team is the only dangerous opponent in the group according to Podolski."
Lukas Josef Podolski is a German footballer who plays as a forward for Turkish club Galatasaray and the Germany national team. He is a left-footed attacker known for his strong shot, technique and probing attacks from the left side.
Podolski scored twice in his first game against Poland at Euro 2008 but did not celebrate out of respect for the country. There were three more games against Poland in which he did not score, a 2-2 draw in a friendly in Gdansk on Sept. 6, 2011, and then the qualifying games for Euro 2016. Poland won the first game in Warsaw for its first win over Germany in 19 attempts.
Podolski, who was born in Gliwice and has Polish citizenship, paid tribute to the country's recent progress - Sunday's 1-0 win over Northern Ireland was Poland's first European Championship victory - and he wished the side luck, though not at Germany's expense.
Source: GHANASKY.COM and ACCRA24.COM
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