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 By Associated Press ESPN FC  By ESPN

Jakub Blaszczykowski puts Poland past Serbia in friendly

Jakub Blaszczykowski, left, and Poland defeated Serbia on Wednesday.

Poland began their preparations for this summer's European Championship with a 1-0 win over Serbia in a friendly on Wednesday.

Jakub Blaszczykowski picked up a poor Serbian clearance and sent a volley into the lower left corner of Vladmir Stojkovic's goal in the 28th minute.

Arkadiusz Milik hit the post for Euro 2012 co-hosts Poland, who had substitute goalkeeper Wojciech Szczesny to thank for the win.

Szczesny produced a superb save to turn away Adem Ljajic's shot from the edge of the penalty area and then again denied the Inter Milan forward, before pushing a header by Slobodan Rajkovic onto the crossbar late in the match in Poznan.

Elsewhere, Inter Milan teammates Ivan Perisic and Marcelo Brozovic scored in the first half as Croatia won 2-0 at home to Israel.

Perisic picked up a floated pass from Brozovic in the penalty area and drove a left-foot volley into the roof of the net after four minutes. Brozovic pounced to score in the 34th after a shot by Mario Mandzukic rebounded off the post.

Croatia had more chances but failed to score on a rain-soaked pitch in Osijek. Captain Darjo Srna limped off late in the first half after being on the receiving end of a rough tackle.

Romania, who will kick off the Euros against hosts France, edged Lithuania 1-0 with a goal by Nicolae Stanciu in the 65th.

Slovenia beat Macedonia 1-0 thanks to Roman Bezjak's second-half goal, while Gibraltar and Liechtenstein played to a goalless draw.

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