Jakub Blaszczykowski targets quarter-finals

Jakub Blaszczykowski
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Jakub Blaszczykowski wants Poland to progress to the quarter-finals of Euro 2012.

Poland captain Jakub Blaszczykowski wants to make the last eight after his thunderous strike rescued a point against Russia.

The co-hosts came from behind after Alan Dzagoev had put Russia ahead to make it two draws from two at Euro 2012.

Poland now go into their final Group A game against the Czech Republic with their qualification fate in their own hands, and Blaszczykowski is determined to progress.

"We'll do everything we can. We're tired but happy," Blaszczykowski said.

"With the sort of support we had here from the fans, we are capable of achieving a lot.

"I believe that we can secure a historic advance to the quarter-finals."

Poland need to beat the Czech Republic to qualify to reach the knockout stages of the competition.

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