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Two minutes later and Lukasz Fabianski was called into action in the Poland goal after an effort from Takashi Usami on the angle was pushed away by the West Ham goalkeeper.
He got a measure of good fortune too with the rebound coming off his defender, Kamil Glik, before landing safely into his hands.
Poland made the breakthrough in the 59th minute as they scored their second goal of the tournament. Rafal Kurzawa lofted a great free-kick into the box, which was turned home by the outstretched foot of Bednarek which piled the pressure on Japan.
They could have made it in the 74th minute, as Grosicki fired another superb ball into the area from the left but under pressure from Maya Yoshida, Robert Lewandowski could only fire the ball high over the crossbar.
The game dwindled in the final 10 minutes with neither side pushing for another goal as they knocked the ball between their own players when in possession with no defensive pressing or attacking moves.
There were a nervous few minutes after the full-time whistle for Japan, but their qualification was eventually confirmed. The Hull City forward was superb for Poland on the wing and was their main attacking threat in a game with few chances.
The ball goes behind for a Jpana corner which Gaku Shibasaki takes. The corner is cleared out by Robert Lewandowski. Both teams are opening up a bit more and are having better attacking chances.
Attacking moves are being finished off with shots and teams are getting penetration through the backline. Japan is focusing more on long balls in while Poland build up plays through passing.
A ball that just looked like a clearance by Hiroki Sakai bounces into the Polish half and Yoshinori Muto brings down the ball under his control. He is unable to get a shot off.
On the reverse side of that, Poland fight their way down field and get a cross that just narrowly misses Rafal Kurzawa on the far post. Japan work the ball down the field and get it to the top of the penalty area.
Gotoku Sakai picks up the ball and takes his shot but Lukasz Fabianski is able to easily grab the ball. This time, Japan's shot is on goal. A long ball is nodded down to Yoshinori Muto.
He takes a shot that makes it on-frame. Lukasz Fabianski makes the save and pushes the ball away to the side.
He has been tested early but was up to the task. Jan Bednarek gives the ball away with an incredibly poor pass near his own penalty area.
Yoshinori Muto picks up the ball and takes it to the left though he could have passed it to the on-rushing Shinji Okazaki.
Muto does lay the ball off to Yuto Nagatomo whose cross makes contact with Okazaki's head. The striker's header goes wide of the post.
Both teams are playing passes in their defensive half and at midfield. Though they have had good attacking plays so far.
Artur Jedrzejczyk gives the ball away in the Japanese half and wastes a good attacking play by Poland. Japan look to break but are slowed down by a tackle from Bartosz Bereszynski though they do maintain possession.
Poland win the ball in midfield and make a quick break down the right side by way of Piotr Zielinski. Zielinski gets his cross in at Robert Lewandowski but the striker gets caught up with ball and is unable to get a shot off.
Yuto Nagatomo launches a fantastic long ball that almost finds its' way to Shinji Okazaki but Lukasz Fabianski is there to stop the danger and prevent Okazaki from getting a shot.
Poland gets the game started. Japan will be playing in blue and Poland are wearing their white jersey's. The two teams have made their way onto the field for the national anthems.
Japan fight to move on while Poland fights for pride. Not many fans expected Japan to be at the top of their group but they have earned that position through their play in the first two games.
In Japan's first game against Colombia, they were given a gift by way of a Carlos Sanchez red card in the third minute of the match.
From there Japan ground out a win and grab three points over the favored South American side. In their second match against Senegal, they produced two goals in a draw.
It was one of the most exciting games of the tournament from two teams that were not expected to go far.
They now face an already knocked out Poland team who are playing for pride and their first point in the tournament.
Japan only needs a draw to advance to the next round and that result seems likely over a struggling Polish side whereas Japan are finding their rhythm.
Japan have made a host of changes to their team that faced Senegal. Japan have great quality on the bench with playmaker Shinji Kagawa and goal scorers Yuya Osako, Takashi Inui, and Keisuke Honda, to bring to the game if needed.
Japan are favored and have a great shot of moving on to the next round for the first time since where they fell to Paraguay on penalties.
With only one goal to their name and two losses Poland were eliminated after their second game against Colombia.
This game is all for pride with the team looking for their first point at this tournament. A few changes have been made to the team though they will keep the same formation.
Robert Lewandowski remains the best player and talisman for this Polish side. Not much can be expect from this team against Japan but if Lewandowski is able to find his scoring boots they could get a result.
And we went through. Akira Nishino gave his players some very strict instructions. The fans at the Volgograd Arena were furious with the farcical scenes playing out in front of them, booing and whistling loudly in the final minutes.
Poland, happy to get a victory after two losses, did little to pressure its opponent and sat back behind the ball.
Former Socceroo Alex Wilkinson was just as outraged. Over in England the reaction was savage as former stars and pundits laid into Japan.
There was no action to be seen in the closing stages. Poland got its goal from defender Jan Bednarek in the 59th minute.
The declaration of war from Poland was rejected by Japanese prime minister Tojo Hideki under the pretense that the Polish government in exile was forced to issue it in compliance with its alliance to both the United Kingdom and the United States , making the declaration legally void.
This ensured co-operation between the two intelligence services in gathering information on both the Soviet Union and Third Reich.
The Japanese agents in Europe during World War II continued to support the Polish struggle for freedom against Soviet Union and Third Reich forces as far as the Japanese interests went, and sheltered Polish-Jewish refugees fleeing occupation from both German and Soviet forces, though at first it was done without proper authorization from the Imperial government in Tokyo.
Therefore, Chiune Sugihara had to prove to the authorities that the refugees would be traveling through Japan only as a transit country to the United States and not be staying permanently, which eventually lead to him gaining full legal approval and assistance from the Government of Japan.
Throughout the secret alliance, Polish agents never disclosed information about their Western allies and shared information only pertaining to the Third Reich and the Soviet Union.
Despite the geographical and cultural distance between the cultures, this book was written at a time when the Japanese admired Poles for their heroism and honor.
The plan failed due to the marshal's death. During Bolshevik rule in Russia, the Japanese government undertook a rescue operation to help Polish children deported to Siberia.
Japanese ships transported Polish children to Tokyo, where the Japanese Red Cross gave them protection and then helped them return to Poland. Japan established a relationship with the Polish United Workers' Party PZPR that represented the Soviet-controlled Polish puppet state in , while at the same time continuing to be allied with the London-based Polish national government in exile, and later supported the merging of these two in to form the modern Polish state.
Both share mutual interests and alliances that forged them closer to each other. The two states celebrated 90 years of relationship in  and the th anniversary in  Trade, business, and tourism between both countries continues to thrive.