He was so excited about being Poland’s out-and-out Number One as they set out to try and win the Euros on home ground.
Instead he woke up on Saturday morning knowing that his main contribution to the national cause may turn out to be helping to ensure that Poland fail to qualify from the group stages.
Let’s face it, if Poland couldn’t manage to beat a Greek team that would struggle in League Two, their chances of progressing much further are slim indeed.
His nightmare day comprised two huge blunders: first, making an ill-judged lunge for a cross when it was always unlikely he could get there before either his central defender or the Greek forward.
I haven’t seen such a bad case of miscommunication between a goalie and a centre back since… er… oh… Szczesny and Kosc...