Vito Doria Date: 13th November 2020 at 1:21pm
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Polish Football Association president and former and Roma star Zbigniew Boniek believes that his national team should be overwhelmed by facing the likes of and the Netherlands.

The will face the Poles in Reggio Emilia on Sunday evening in Group A1 of the Nations League, but the Italians are a point behind the Eastern Europeans, and the 64-year-old is confident that the Bialo-Czerwoni can show some initiative against their more illustrious opponents.

“Italy is superior to but the strongest does not always win,” Boniek told Il Messaggero.

“We wanted to stay in Group A of the and perhaps now we are safe, we can play with less pressure.

“We will try to play against Italy and the Netherlands, but they are both stronger than us.”

Boniek still expects his former club to win the title again whereas he is not particularly convinced by the Milanese clubs.

“For me, still win,” he said. “ have a couple of fantastic strikers like Romelu Lukaku and but they lack the habit of winning.

“AC are first with Zlatan Ibrahimovic, but the championship is long, you don’t always have to be a frontrunner.”