Half-Ghanaian, half-German Bayern Munich defender, Jerome Boateng, has been named Man of The Match after his spectacular performance during his team’s barren draw with Poland in the on-going EURO 2016 competition.
According to a BBC report, the athletic, fast and clearly in his prime 27-year-old was exceptional all night and made one superb recovery block to deny Bayern Munich team-mate Lewandowski.
Both Germany and Poland now have four points, and will be guaranteed a place in the last 16 if they avoid defeat in their final Group C matches on Tuesday.
Poland striker Arkadiusz Milik wasted by far the best chance of the night seconds after restart, scuffing a header wide from four yards when he seemed certain to score.
It was one of few clear openings from a game that failed to produce a single shot on target in the opening half.
Mario Gotze and Mesut Ozil were both denied by Lukasz Fabianski, in for the injured Wojciech Szczesny, after the restart while Polish forward Milik scuffed another good opening on what was a largely frustrating night at the Stade de France.
One definite consequence of the draw was that pointless Ukraine are eliminated from the tournament.