Polish PM 'wanted to kill Howard Webb'

June 13, 2008
WARSAW, June 13 (Reuters) - Poland's prime minister said on Friday he felt like he wanted to kill Howard Webb when the English referee awarded the injury-time penalty that allowed Austria to snatch a 1-1 draw at Euro 2008.

Ivica Vastic's late equaliser on Thursday meant Poland had to settle for one point from their first two games in Group B.

'As the prime minister I have to be balanced and collected,' keen soccer fan Donald Tusk told reporters. 'But last night I was speaking ...

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