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LOTTO Ekstraklasa Round 2: Early Strikes from Piast Sink Pogon

The small club Piast Gliwice have found themselves second place in the league standings after two rounds of play / Twitter
LOTTO Ekstraklasa Round 2: Early Strikes from Piast Sink Pogon

GLIWICE, Poland. July 30 (PSN) – Piast Gliwice’s bright start the season continued with yet another win in the second round of the 2018/2019 LOTTO Ekstraklasa season.

The Silesian club picked up another three points after shutting down Pogon Szczecin 2:0 away on Monday. Quick goals from Piast and only crossbars for Pogon. This is briefly how the match between the two sides could be best described. At the very beginning of the match, strikes from Joel Valencija and Mateusz Mak already determined the result by the 11th minute, with Pogon forced to go on the attack to make up for their early losses. However, Kosta Runjaic’s team were unable to put away any of the chances they did get, finding only the crossbar in most of their goal situations. Without conceding, Piast leave Szczecin with the confidence that they now find themselves second place in the league standings.

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Arka Gdynia – Jagiellonia Białystok 0:2 (0:1)
Goals: Świderski 36′, 67′

Yellow carded: Marić, Aankour, Nalepa – Runje, Mitrović
Referee: Krzysztof Jakubik (Siedlce) Attendance: 10 307

Arka: 1. Pāvels Šteinbors – 33. Damian Zbozień, 23. Luka Marić, 6. Frederik Helstrup, 17. Adam Marciniak – 10. Luka Zarandia, 90. Andrij Bohdanow (73, 18. Karol Danielak), 14. Michał Nalepa (82, 4. Dawid Sołdecki), 20. Goran Cvijanović (65, 11. Rafał Siemaszko), 9. Nabil Aankour – 92. Aleksandyr Kolew

Jagiellonia: 25. Marián Kelemen – 8. Łukasz Burliga, 17. Ivan Runje, 5. Nemanja Mitrović, 19. Böðvar Böðvarsson – 28. Karol Świderski (68, 99. Bartosz Kwiecień), 22. Rafał Grzyb (75, 21. Przemysław Frankowski), 6. Taras Romanczuk, 26. Martin Pospíšil (85, 89. Mateusz Machaj), 7. Jakub Wójcicki – 11. Roman Bezjak
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Górnik Zabrze – Wisła Płock 1:1 (0:0)
Goals: Angulo 75′ – Ricardinho 46′

Referee: Tomasz Musiał (Kraków) Attendance: 11 974

Górnik: 1. Tomasz Loska – 13. Kacper Michalski (51, 9. Jesús Jiménez), 15. Dani Suárez, 14. Michał Koj, 27. Adrian Gryszkiewicz – 28. Maciej Ambrosiewicz, 22. Szymon Matuszek, 7. Szymon Żurkowski, 45. Adam Ryczkowski (51, 17. Igor Angulo) – 20. Marcin Urynowicz, 21. Daniel Smuga (70, 8. Konrad Nowak)

Wisła: 30. Thomas Dähne – 20. Cezary Stefańczyk, 18. Alan Uryga, 14. Adam Dźwigała, 2. Marcin Warcholak – 10. Giorgi Merebaszwili (81, 96. Jakub Łukowski), 4. Damian Szymański, 8. Dominik Furman, 9. Mateusz Szwoch, 7. Nico Varela – 21. Ricardinho (68, 19. Karol Angielski)
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Korona Kielce – Legia Warsaw 1:2 (1:0)
Goals: Jukić 32′ – Mączyński 57′, Kanté 66′

Yellow carded: Petrak, Rymaniak, Kosakiewicz, Kovačević – Żyro, Mączyński
Referee: Piotr Lasyk (Bytom) Attendance: 10 806

Korona: 25. Matthias Hamrol – 26. Bartosz Rymaniak, 5. Adnan Kovačević (75, 4. Piotr Malarczyk), 23. Elhadji Pape Diaw (70, 24. Wato Arweladze), 21. Łukasz Kosakiewicz – 11. Michael Gardawski, 14. Jakub Żubrowski, 13. Oliver Petrak (63, 91. Felicio Brown Forbes), 31. Zlatko Janjić, 10. Ivan Jukić – 9. Maciej Górski

Legia: 1. Arkadiusz Malarz – 4. Mateusz Wieteska, 23. Mateusz Żyro, 2. Michał Pazdan (69, 34. Iñaki Astiz), 14. Adam Hloušek – 77. Konrad Michalak (46, 19. José Kanté), 29. Krzysztof Mączyński, 7. Domagoj Antolić, 21. Dominik Nagy, 22. Kasper Hämäläinen (89, 53. Sebastian Szymański) – 27. Carlitos
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Lech Poznań – Cracovia 2:0 (1:0)
Goals: Jevtić 20′, Gytkjær 87′

Yellow carded: Răduț – Dytiatjew
Referee: Mariusz Złotek (Stalowa Wola)

Lech: 1. Jasmin Burić – 26. Rafał Janicki, 4. Thomas Rogne, 3. Vernon De Marco – 17. Maciej Makuszewski (90, 34. Tymoteusz Klupś), 7. Maciej Gajos, 6. Łukasz Trałka, 25. Pedro Tiba (61, 18. Mihai Răduț), 22. Wołodymyr Kostewycz – 32. Christian Gytkjær, 10. Darko Jevtić (69, 24. João Amaral)

Cracovia: 88. Maciej Gostomski – 87. Diego Ferraresso, 39. Michał Helik, 34. Ołeksij Dytiatjew, 33. Kamil Pestka (70, 13. Radosław Kanach) – 27. Marcin Budziński (65, 77. Sebastian Strózik), 8. Milan Dimun, 21. Jakub Serafin, 19. Javi Hernández, 7. Antonini Čulina (46, 99. Elady) – 9. Gerard Oliva
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Lechia Gdańsk – Śląsk Wrocław 1:1 (1:0)
Goals: Paixão 12′ (Pk) – Celeban 83′

Yellow carded: Mladenović, Łukasik, Lipski, João Nunes
Referee: Szymon Marciniak (Płock) Attendance: 14 068

Lechia: 12. Dušan Kuciak – 3. João Nunes (74, 19. Karol Fila), 25. Michał Nalepa, 26. Błażej Augustyn, 22. Filip Mladenović – 8. Michał Mak (64, 16. Ariel Borysiuk), 6. Jarosław Kubicki, 35. Daniel Łukasik, 9. Patryk Lipski, 17. Lukáš Haraslín (67, 41. Paweł Stolarski) – 28. Flávio Paixão

Śląsk: 27. Jakub Słowik – 30. Kamil Dankowski, 3. Piotr Celeban, 14. Wojciech Golla, 11. Mateusz Cholewiak – 10. Farshad Ahmadzadeh, 5. Augusto, 31. Maciej Pałaszewski (76, 23. Mateusz Radecki), 6. Michał Chrapek (55, 16. Róbert Pich), 25. Damian Gąska (65, 9. Marcin Robak) – 29. Arkadiusz Piech
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Pogoń Szczecin – Piast Gliwice 0:2 (0:2)
Goals: Valencia 7′, Mak 11′

Yellow carded: Frączczak, Kožulj – Czerwiński
Referee: Tomasz Kwiatkowski (Warsaw) Attendance: 7532

Pogoń: 26. Jakub Bursztyn – 24. David Niepsuj (72, 29. Marcin Listkowski), 40. Sebastian Walukiewicz, 25. Lasza Dwali, 77. Ricardo Nunes – 8. Dawid Błanik (62, 59. Adrian Benedyczak), 20. Tomasz Hołota, 14. Kamil Drygas, 17. Zvonimir Kožulj, 10. Radosław Majewski (83, 27. Sebastian Kowalczyk) – 9. Adam Frączczak

Piast: 1. Jakub Szmatuła – 5. Marcin Pietrowski, 4. Jakub Czerwiński, 25. Aleksandar Sedlar, 2. Mikkel Kirkeskov – 19. Mateusz Mak, 3. Tomasz Jodłowiec, 10. Patryk Dziczek, 17. Joel Valencia (85, 6. Tom Hateley), 11. Jorge Félix (58, 20. Martin Konczkowski) – 27. Michal Papadopulos (78, 9. Piotr Parzyszek)
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Wisła Kraków – Miedź Legnica 2:1 (1:0)
Goals: Ondrášek 43′, Kort 49′ – Marquitos 69′ (Pk)

Yellow carded: Bartkowski, Basha, Imaz, Sadlok – Santana, Augustyniak, Marquitos
Referee: Wojciech Myć (Lublin) Attendance: 9517

Wisła: 22. Michał Buchalik – 5. Jakub Bartkowski, 27. Marcin Wasilewski, 4. Maciej Sadlok, 2. Rafał Pietrzak – 9. Rafał Boguski (82, 77. Martin Košťál), 10. Vullnet Basha, 7. Dawid Kort (87, 26. Kamil Wojtkowski), 11. Jesús Imaz (73, 80. Patryk Plewka), 88. Patryk Małecki – 13. Zdeněk Ondrášek

Miedź: 1. Łukasz Sapela – 19. Grzegorz Bartczak, 16. Jonathan de Amo, 24. Tomislav Božić, 5. Frank Adu Kwame – 4. Wojciech Łobodziński, 6. Rafał Augustyniak (59, 8. Marquitos), 14. Omar Santana, 10. Petteri Forsell (59, 7. Łukasz Garguła), 21. Henrik Ojamaa (64, 9. Fabian Piasecki) – 77. Mateusz Piątkowski

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