The second game of Group C in the ongoing World Cup 2022 between Mexico and Poland ended with a draw. Several pleasant moments for the fans took them to the edge of their seats. Both teams shared each point after the final score was 0:0 at the game's final whistle.
Mexico showed real intention to take the lead in the game and controlled most of the game in possession and passes. Mexico had eleven shots for the goal and four shots on target, but Poland had just six shots for the goal and two on target. Robert Lewandowski missed the best chance of the game as he failed to convert from the penalty spot after being fouled by Hector Moreno.
Both teams struggled to create chances in the final third, and the draw was the fair result. Mexico has failed to score in its last three World Cup matches. Saudi Arabia won against Argentina and is the leader in Group C with three points.