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    Jakub Błaszczykowski’s last game for Poland confirmed in friendly against Germany

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    The Polish national football team will play a friendly match against Germany on June 16th at the National Stadium in Warsaw, confirmed the president of the Polish Football Association (PZPN), Cezary Kulesza. He also revealed that this will be the last game for Jakub Błaszczykowski in the national team.

    Kulesza disclosed the news on the radio, saying that he spoke to Błaszczykowski who expressed his desire to say goodbye to the team on the field. The player made his debut in 2006 and played in 108 matches for Poland, scoring 21 goals and providing 21 assists. He was also the team’s captain for several years.

    Kulesza addressed the criticism from fans about the high ticket prices for the match against Germany, explaining that the Polish federation had to pay a significant amount of money to the German federation for the friendly. The prices range from 140 to 280 złoty.

    According to Interia, the Polish federation will pay over 600,000 euros to the German Football Association. The upcoming match will be only the second time that Poland has beaten Germany, the first being during the qualifying stage of the 2016 European Championships in France.

    The friendly match will take place on June 16th at the National Stadium in Warsaw.

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