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It's all over. Poland let a good opportunity slip against a fairly limited Italy and their opening Nations League game finishes in a draw.
No they don't and Poland clear to the halfway line, with Robert Lewandowski winning a free-kick.
Italy have a throw-in. Seconds left. Do they have a Rory Delap?
Federico Chiesa, who has been the best player since he's come on, has a shot blocked from just outside the box.
Poland keeper Lukasz Fabianski is booked for time-wasting before taking his goal-kick.
Halfway through injury time as the lively Federico Chiesa chases a long ball but it goes out of play before he can reach there.
Four minutes added on. Federico Chiesa plays a cross which goes past everyone and out wide.
We're into the final minute before stoppage time. Italy are trying to find a way through but Poland's defence are holding firm.
The Italy fans are doing that Icelandic clapping thing. Come off it now.
Three minutes to go; can anyone find a winner?
Poland captain Robert Lewandowski has an ambitious shot form 25 yards but it's low and held by Italy's teenage keeper.
The near-post corner is headed behind for another. And this one is punched away by Gianluigi Donarumma.
A corner to Poland now as Damian Szymanski's shot is blocked over. It's been a while since the Poles have had a real chance to score.
A long Poland throw-in, and I mean Rory Delay/Pierre Wome long, almost causes Italy problems in the box but they can clear before Rafal Kurzawa can get a shot in.
Jakub Blaszczykowski, who conceded the penalty, is subbed off by his uncle - boss Jerzy Brzeczek. Defender Rafal Pietrzak comes on for his debut. Are the Polish shutting up shop?
Do Italy have the momentum now to push on for a winner? Jorginho will be relieved to score that after he was at fault for Poland's goal.
Chelsea midfielder Jorginho steps up, waits for Lukasz Fabianski to dive to his left and then places it in the other corner.