Opening Euro 2012: Poland vs Greece tied at the 1-1

After a brief opening ceremony, just 20 minutes. The beauty of dance as a dancer in the middle of the field to form various formations with colorful costumes bring the themes of cultural diversity are two host countries, Poland and Ukraine, the opening match kicked off.

Euro 2012 opening match, the Warsaw National Stadium, Friday, June 8, 2012 marked the release of a red card for each team. Poland played aggressively since the early minutes, they play from the wing sector, through Blaszczykowski and Lukasz Piszczek. The ball bounced the bait and assist, however, Lewandowski’s two colleagues work hard to maximize it. At the 15th minute, for example, Piszczek cross off, which failed to reach him.


The game became interesting after the Greek goal, the visitors looked more confident and trying to drain the attack every time the ball.

Football party on the blue continent is become the world’s attention, Euro 2012 may be regarded as the Mini World Cup, and no less charm as well. Despite overcast skies in Warsaw ahead of the opening Euro 2012, and was even raining, but did not reduce the interest of thousands of people gathered in the central Polish city of Warsaw in the joy and pride.

Polish pride in their uniforms, red and white, singing, shouting, and greet each other. Thousands of sea of ​​people wearing red and white uniforms, the home fans and some people wearing blue clothing from the Greek supporters.

Well, although this is going on there. Football is a sport of the world and favored by the population of this planet. Thus, the feast began!

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(Various sources /Images Euro 2012, uefa.com)

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