Lewandowski scored when the stopwatch is counting down 99 seconds. The fastest goal in the history of final tournaments of the European championship remains a goal of Russian Dmitry Kirichenko at Euro 2004 in Portugal, when he scored against Greece at 67-th second of the match. The third result now the Irishman Robert Brady, who missed a penalty in gate of the French team in the 1/8 finals of Euro 2016, exactly at the end of the second minute.

Add that goal Robert Lewandowski did not save the Polish team from the final defeat to Portugal on penalties (4:5).