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The first time Poland have conceded to an African team at the World Cup.
The first win for an African team at the World Cup since Algeria's victory over Korea in 2014 group stage.
FULL-TIME: Poland 1-2 Senegal
Sadio Mane sinks to his knees as it's a dream start for Senegal as they get their World Cup campaign off to a winning start.
82' GOAL!! Poland 1-2 Senegal
Krychowiak makes up for his earlier error and grabs a goal back with a header from close-range.
84' Major decision by the referee as a Senegal player is brought down in the box by Rybus.
The VAR decides that there was no contact in the box. NO PENALTY.
66' Worried looks on the Polish supporters now as their side faces an uphill battle to get back into this.
Looks like Africa are on course to get their first win of Russia 2018.
The fourth own-goal of the 2018 World Cup - 2014 had five in total.
Poland have now conceded in nine World Cup matches in a row, dating back to 1986.
HALF-TIME: Poland 0-1 Senegal
Senegal lead through an own goal after Idrissa Gueye's shot was deflected in by Thiago Cionek.
13' Poland win their first corner as Koulibaly cuts out an attempted cross.
Senegal manage to clear the resultant corner-kick.
Full time here at the Otkrytie Arena and a lackluster Poland performance was punished by a resolute Senegal as Cionek's own goal and Niang's predatory instinct put them two up just for Krychowiak to grab a consolation late on.
Third and final substitution for Senegal as they look to close the game out, Kouyate comes on for N'Diaye.
GOAL! Poland grab one back! A free-kick 15 yards inside the Senegal half is clipped into the box and finds Krychowiak around the back and he heads it back across goal and into the far corner!
There's calls for a Senegal penalty... and its going to VAR after a potential foul from Rybus. The referee says no penalty and VAR backs him up. We play on.
Substitution for Senegal as Konate comes on to replace Niang after he picked up a knock.
Substitution for Poland as Piszczek comes off for Bereszynski.
Lewandowski gets in a tangle before the ball drops to Rybus. He gets a shot away from close-range but N'Diaye can save. The linesman then waves his flag for offside.
Poland are playing with an alarming lack of urgency considering they're 2-0 down in their opening World Cup match. They currently seem devoid of ideas going forward.
Substitution for Poland as Milik rushes off with Kownacki coming on in his place.
YELLOW! Gueye is the next man into the book after he brings Krychowiak down.
WIDE! Big chance for Poland to grab one back as Piszczek raids down the right hand side and crosses to Milik at the near post, but his first-time effort goes just past the post!
Poland are looking to respond with Senegal now happy to sit a bit deeper. And who could blame them? This would be a magnificent result for Senegal.
Substitution for Senegal as Ndoye comes on to replace Diouf.
GOAL! Senegal double their lead thanks to an awful mistake from Krychowiak as he tries to dink the ball over his defense to Szczesny but he leaves it short and Niang gambles and gets there before the Polish keeper to finish in an open net!
We have another break in play as Niang had been down on the floor for a good couple of minutes, as he now receives medical treatment on the sideline.
MISS! Massive chance for Poland to equalize as Grosicki dinks the ball into the box for Piszczek but he didn't quite make the contact he wanted and the ball flies wide.
Sarr's cross deflects towards Diouf, but he can't sort his feet out in time to get a shot away. Senegal are looking good value for their lead now.
SAVE! Lewandowski caresses the ball over the wall and under the cross bar but N'diaye gets across quickly and parries the ball out of the box!
YELLOW! Lewandowski looked to be clean through the Senegal defense when Sane came across him from behind and fouled him 35 yards from goal.
Brief break in play as Bednarek goes down in his own area following a collision with N'Diaye, but he is fine to continue after receiving a bit of treatment and the game gets rolling again.
We are back underway here at the Otkrytie Arena as Senegal lead Poland by just one goal thanks to a fortunate Cionek deflection. Bednarek comes on for Blaszczykowski at the break as we expect a more adventurous second half here.
Half time here at the end of a tightly contested half at the Otkrytie Arena with Gueye's deflected shot being the only shot to have beaten either keeper as we enter the break Poland 0-1 Senegal.
Senegal corner now which Niang takes. Sane rises highest to meet it but he directs his header just wide. That was a great chance for Senegal to double their lead!
GOAL! Senegal take the lead in the most fortunate way as the started to break through the middle and Niang fed the ball for Mane who dropped the ball off for Gueye and his shot from the edge of the area gets a deflection off Cionek and fools the keeper!
We are back underway.
Break in play as Sarr is down holding his foot after stretching for the ball alongside Mane and Krychowiak. He's now receiving treatment.
CLOSE! Niang's cross finds Diouf, but the Stoke striker is just ahead of the play as he directs his effort towards goal and the linesman rightly flagged for offside.
Poland are knocking the ball around but with little purpose at the moment. They seem equally as keen to get the ball out wide as Senegal are, which sees both teams sniffing each other out right now.
Niang's pass into the box looking for Diouf is stabbed away by Pazdan. Senegal are looking good so far in this half, but Poland are growing into it. A very even clash so far.
Blaszczykowski's dinked cross reaches Lewandowski before he spins and strikes on the half-volley on the edge of the box, but he skews his effort wide. Not an easy chance, that.
CLOSE! Piszczek's cross from the right side isn't dealt with by the Senegal defense and the ball falls for Krychowiak who duffs a volley that Zielinski gets a touch onto but it goes over the crossbar.
CHANCE! Senegal break at speed as Niang looks to be in on goal but he slides his shot well wide of the upright, didn't quite catch the shot as he would have liked.
Sane steps up from 35 yards and hits a shot up and over the wall but its wide of the target and quite a waste considering it lacked any real power or curve on the shot.
YELLOW! First booking of the game is given to Krychowiak for a poor challenge from behind on Niang in anger.
CLOSE! Mane almost combines well with Sarr as he feeds the ball into the box for his teammate to run onto, but Szczesny does extremely well to come out and claim the ball before Sarr could get on the end of the pass.
Senegal looking dangerous on the counter with their extreme pace but they surrender the ball to the Poles for the time being as they look to find a way though the African defense.
Crafty bit of play from Poland down the left side as Grosicki moves the ball between his teammates before putting in a dinked cross where Lewandowski and Milik get in each others way and puts an end to the attack.
Senegal have started with plenty of the ball as the two sides feel each other out. Poland look happy to sit deep and only press once Senegal enter their half.
Referee Nawaf Shukralla gets us underway here at the beautiful Otkrytie Arena, and its Senegal stripped in their full green kit who get us started, while Poland are in their traditional white and red kit.
A seasoned Poland side lines up to get their World Cup underway as they look to capitalize on Colombia's dropped points with Lewandowski and Milik are lined up to lead the lines for the Poles.
Senegal coach Aliou Cisse, formerly of Birmingham and Portsmouth, will be looking for Liverpool star Sadio Mane to inspire his team out of a group that also includes Colombia and Japan, where the latter triumphed over the South Americans earlier today.
Poland XI: Szczesny, Pazdan, Cionek, Milik, Krychowiak, Grosicki, Rybus, Blaszczykowski, Zielinski, Piszczek, Lewandowski.
Senegal XI: K. N'Diaye, Wague, Sane, Koulibaly, Sabaly, Mane, Sarr, N'Diaye, Gueye, Diouf, Niang.
Good afternoon and welcome to our LIVE coverage of the final match of the first round of Group Stage fixtures here between Poland and Senegal at the Otkrytie Arena.