Switzerland: Sommer, Lichtsteiner, Schar, Djourou, Rodriguez, Behrami, Xhaka, Shaqiri, Dzemaili, Mehmedi, Seferovic. Subs: Hitz, Moubandje, Elvedi, von Bergen, Lang, Embolo, Frei, Zakaria, Fernandes, Tarashaj, Derdiyok, Burki.
Poland: Fabianski, Piszczek, Glik, Pazdan, Jedrzejczyk, Blaszczykowski, Krychowiak, Maczynski, Grosicki, Milik, Lewandowski. Subs: Szczesny, Jodlowiec, Linetty, Stepinski, Wawrzyniak, Peszko, Salamon, Zielinski, Starzynski, Boruc.
Your English whistleblower: Mark Clattenburg (England)
Goal! Switzerland 0-1 Poland (Blaszczykowski 39)
The former captain gives Poland a deserved lead. Grosicki gathers possession and gets his skates on up the left wing with Lichtsteiner struggling to get back. He reaches the edge of the area and plays a low cross into Milik on the near post. He dummies the ball brilliantly and sends his marker the wrong way, leaving Blaszczykowski, free behind him to pick it up, give Sommer the eyes, and then nutmeg him with his right foot from 10 yards. Lovely, clever goal.
Goal! Switzerland 1-1 Poland (Shaqiri 82)
Well, it’s taken a while but my word! WHAT A GOAL THIS IS! I’ll just get my breath back before describing it. Shaqiri has fired in a scissor-kick from 18 yards out. Incredible technique, his body perfectly poised in the air as he sends the ball over his shoulder and into the far corner gloriously, where it bounces in off the post, climbs up the netting and spins jubilantly behind Fabianski. The little man has scored a big goal. In quite some style.
Full-time: Switzerland 4-5 Poland
Poland win 5-4 on penalties! Grzegorz Krychowiak keeps his head and finds the corner. Five brilliant, nerveless spot-kicks.