Chicago Fire FC midfielder Przemysław Frankowski delivered a nifty assist for Poland on Tuesday in a EURO 2020 warmup against Russia.
Earning the start in his 11th international appearance, Frankowski helped get Poland off to a flying start in the fourth minute when he snuck in behind the Russian back line to receive a deep pass from Mateusz Klich. After a first touch that took him away from goal, Frankowski recovered and laid a ball off beautifully for Jakub Swierczok, who slotted it home for an early 1-0 lead at Stadion Miejski in Gdańsk.
Russia drew level in the 20th minute via Vyacheslav Karavayev. Frankowski went on to play through the 80th minute before being subbed off and the match ending in a 1-1 draw.
Poland next takes on Iceland on June 8 in its final tune-up before looking ahead to Group E fixtures against Slovakia, Spain and Sweden. The team opens its tournament campaign against Slovakia on June 14 at 11:00 a.m. CT at Saint Petersburg Stadium in St. Petersburg, Russia.