Robert Lewandowski: 'We can beat England at Wembley'

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Poland's Robert Lewandowski believes that his team are capable of beating England at Wembley next year.

Poland striker Robert Lewandowski believes that his side outplayed England in today's World Cup qualifier and insists they are capable of beating them in the reverse fixture.

Karim Glik cancelled out Wayne Rooney's opener in Warsaw for a final score of 1-1, but the Borussia Dortmund forward is adamant that the Poles can go better at Wembley next year.

"We knew very well how they could play. We tried to be very careful and I think it looked good," Sky Sports News quotes him as saying. "We wanted to win and did everything to do it.

"For sure our draw was no accident. But honestly we had no very clear scoring chance.

"In my opinion England were no better as a team and definitely did not deserve to win. I believe that at last we will be able to beat them at Wembley next year."

England's clash with Poland at Wembley is almost a full year away, scheduled for October 15, 2013.

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