Lukasz Fabianski played a key role as Poland were victorious on Monday night.
The West Ham goalkeeper played the 90 minutes as his country beat Bosnia and Herzegovina 2-1.
He did concede from the penalty spot but goals from Kamil Glik and Kamil Grosicki gave Poland their first three points in the UEFA Nations League this season.
They are currently third in Group A, ahead of Monday’s opponents but behind both Italy and the Netherlands with two games played.
Fabianski did not play on Friday in the 1-0 defeat to the Dutch, being replaced by ex-Arsenal stopper Wojciech Szczesny, but was restored to the XI for Poland’s latest victory.
They play Italy next month before again meeting Bosnia and Herzegovina and Fabianski has been a loyal servant for his country.
He has now won 53 caps and will hope to be involved as their Nations League campaign continues, having made his debut way back in 2006.