Derby County’s Kamil Jozwiak came off the bench for Poland on Tuesday evening in what was their final international friendly ahead of the upcoming UEFA European Championships.

Poland played out a 2-2 draw against Iceland at Stadion Miejski in Poznań and Jozwiak was introduced into the action as a substitute just before the hour mark.

Iceland led through Albert Gudmundsson of AZ Alkmaar in the first half, but they were quickly pegged back as Napoli’s Piotr Zielinski equalised for the hosts.

Brynjar Ingi Bjarnason of Akureyri restored the visitors’ lead just after half-time and they were on course for victory until PAOK striker Karol Swiderski equalised with two minutes left.

Winger Jozwiak picked up his 14th international cap in the game and will hope to have done enough in training and in recent matches under new Poland boss Paulo Sousa to feature on the big stage this summer.

Poland will face Slovakia, Spain and Sweden in the group stages of the tournament later this month.

Their Group E opener is against Slovakia on Monday 14th June, followed by the clashes with Spain on Saturday 19th June and Sweden on Wednesday 23rd June.

The Slovakia and Sweden games will take place at Saint Petersburg Stadium in Russia, while the meeting with Spain will be played in Estadio Olimpico de la Cartuja in the Spanish city of Seville.

Elsewhere on Tuesday, Derby midfielder Jason Knight earned his seventh cap for the Republic of Ireland in their friendly away to Hungary, which ended in a 0-0 draw.

Knight started the game in an attacking midfield position and was understandably keen to build on his first international goal last week when he netted in Ireland’s 4-1 friendly success in Andorra.

The 20-year-old produced a typically energetic display at the Szusza Ferenc Stadion as Ireland held on despite late pressure to keep a clean sheet.

Knight played 89 minutes before being replaced by Rotherham United's Chiedozie Ogbene for the closing stages.