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Football: Poland fans react to World Cup qualification

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Football: Poland fans react to World Cup qualification

Football: Poland fans react to World Cup qualification

Poland fans rejoice as they leave the Silesian Stadium after watching their side grab a World Cup final spot thanks to a 2-0 win over Sweden.


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