N. Ireland do not fear Lewandowski — O'Neill

Northern Ireland's coach Michael O'Neill (C) directs his team during a June 11, 2016 training session on the eve of the Euro 2016 football match between Poland and Northern IrelandNorthern Ireland have recorded a “massive achievement” just reaching the European Championship finals, coach Michael O’Neill said Saturday ahead of the team’s biggest game in 30 years against Poland. Northern Ireland will make their Euro debut in Nice on Sunday against their Group C rivals powered by feared Bayern Munich striker Robert Lewandowski, before taking on Ukraine and Germany. “It’s been a massive achievement,” O’Neill said at the 34,500-seater Stadium Nice.

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