This is how Warsaw celebrated Poland’s opening Euro 2012 goal

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The largest Euro 2012 Fan Zone can be found in Warsaw, a short walk across the Vistula River from the National Stadium that hosted the tournament opener between Poland and Greece.

More than 100,000 Polish fans packed out Parade Square to watch the match on giant screens, and the sheer scale of their reaction when Robert Lewandowski put the co-hosts ahead was truly epic.

Presumably, things weren't quite so exuberant when the Greeks equalized and Wojciech "Champagne" Szczesny received his marching orders.

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