Robert Lewandowski scored in both halves and sat second to Karol Linetty's ten-man Bosnia and Herzegovina.
Poland – Bosnia and Herzegovina: reaction as it is
A brilliant start from both sides led to a cascade of Polish attacks after visiting defender Anel Ahmedhodžić decided to block Robert Lewandowski when he cleared the goal after 15 minutes had passed.
Lewandowski squandered an excellent chance under little pressure, hitting the post with a curling effort for the first time from the edge of the penalty area and then placed in the opener after a smooth interaction. The captain then secured a close-range header from Karol Linetty just before halftime and sealed the win with a cold-blooded volley from Mateusz Klich's delicate left wing diagonal.
Piotr Kozminski, correspondent for Poland
This was a good run for Poland after an impressive 5-1 win over Finland in a friendly and good draw against Italy with a convincing win. Lewandowski has proven to be among the best in the world, but players like Klich and Linetty are the big winners of the last few games. Young people like Sebastian Walukiewicz and Jakub Moder also showed their talents, giving Polish fans optimism.
Fedja Krvavac, correspondent from Bosnia and Herzegovina
Visitors tonight lacked power, focus, and the right transition. Even with one less man, they lost battles in the midfield, underperforming and looking visibly tired after two tough matches, compounded by injury issues. Poland, led by Lewandowski, was very strong and Bosniaks should now look to the next matches in the UEFA Nations League campaign.
• The home team won their first home match in the UEFA Nations League (D1 L2).
• Poland conceded one or fewer goals in seven of their eight UEFA Nations League matches.
• Jerzy Brzęczek team has won 11 of their last 15 matches (L2).
• They have lost only two of their last 15 competitive matches (W10).
• Bosnia and Herzegovina have lost six of their last eight away matches.
• Miralem Pjanić surpassed Emir Spahić (94) to become the second most closed player by visitors.
Poland : Szczęsny; Kędziora (Karbownik 72), Glik, Bednarek, Reca; Góralski, Linetty; Jóźwiak (Bereszyński 72), Klich (Kądzior 64), Grosicki (K. Piątek 64); Lewandowski (Milik 58)
Bosnia and Herzegovina : Šehić '; Kolašinac, Saničanin, Ahmedhodžić, Cipetić; Pjanić (Hadzikadunic 33), Hadžiahmetović (Hajradinović 74), Cimirot; Krunić (Milošević 74), Džeko (Prevljak 58), Višća (Gojak 58)
The Netherlands welcomes Bosnia and Herzegovina on Sunday, November 15, while Italy hosts Poland.