Robert Lewandowski expects to be a targeted man as Poland play Scotland tomorrow night in a Euro 2016 qualifier.
The Bayern Munich striker is one of the most in form players in the world right now. He has scored 12 goals in his last four games for the German champions.
Speaking ahead of the game tomorrow night in Glasgow, the striker was quick to point out his memories of their previous clash in Warsaw last year, which included a tackle by Gordon Greer.
“I hope the situation on Thursday is not the same as in Warsaw because after that foul by Greer I couldn’t run. I hope the referee will be more diligent this time. It’s no secret I blame the referee for what happened in the last game."
“The ref was at fault for what happened in Warsaw. Let’s just hope this situation won’t happen again in Glasgow." Hungarian Viktor Kassai will take charge of tomorrow's game.
Poland will qualify for Euro 2016, if they beat Scotland tomorrow night and Ireland fail to defeat World Champions Germany in Dublin.