Poland beat Albania 1-0 to reclaim second place in Group I after their World Cup qualifier was quickly suspended when bottles have been thrown on the pitch within the second half on Tuesday.
The Group I match was interrupted quickly after Poland ahead Karol Swiderski scored contained in the field following an help from midfielder Mateusz Klich within the 77th minute.
Albania have been lacking a number of key gamers, with striker Sokol Cikalleshi being the final one to withdraw from the squad with COVID-19, however they nonetheless managed to dominate the primary half.
After an intense battle, and a number of other missed possibilities by either side, Poland bought on high within the second interval and scored via Swiderski, whose aim sparked the group bother and suspension.
The sport, which began at 1845 GMT, resumed at 2045 GMT.
Poland have 17 factors from eight video games, three factors behind leaders England and two factors forward of Albania with two gaemes left. The group winners qualify for the 2022 finals in Qatar, whereas the second-placed crew go into the playoffs.