Eugen Polanski wants his Poland team-mates to give everything for their country in the crunch clash against Czech Republic on Saturday.
The co-hosts face Michal Bilek’s side in the final round of matches in Group A needing a win to secure progression, but knowing any other result will lead to an early exit from Euro 2012.
The 26-year-old has labelled the fixture the most important of his career, while he thinks if the team focus their full efforts on the match then they will get three vital points.
“We know that we can do something special for our fans and the country,” he told reporters.
“This is the most important game in my career. This whole tournament is extremely important.
“All the preparation, all the training, four weeks of preparation, we are here for five weeks in total, and we want to demonstrate that we can give everything.
“If we give 100 per cent of ourselves, we will win definitely tomorrow.”
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