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LOTTO Ekstraklasa Round 24: 9-man Wisla Plock Cancel Cracovia’s Miracle Spree

Dominik Furman was able to score the game winning goal for the 9-man Wisla Plock side against Cracovia on Saturday / wisla-plock.pl
LOTTO Ekstraklasa Round 24: 9-man Wisla Plock Cancel Cracovia’s Miracle Spree

PLOCK, Poland. March 4 (PSN) – Wisla Plock ended Cracovia’s winning spree in the twenty-fourth round of the 2018/2019 LOTTO Ekstraklasa season.

In a rare occurrence in any league in the world, Wisla Plock defeated Cracovia Krakow 3:2, having even scored the winning goal with only 9 players on the field! Cracovia came into the game as the favourites, enjoying a successful 7-game winning spree in defeating such clubs as Lech Poznan, Legia Warsaw, and Jagiellonia Bialystok.  However, in Plock Michal Probierz’s side experienced a far more physical and tougher game than they had expected. Plock dominated the first half, with a superb goal from Grzegorz Kuswik to put the home side in the lead. After the half, the tables seemingly had turned with Cracovia starting to pick up the pace, now taking advantage of both Wisla’s mistakes and showing strong composure. As a result, the Plock outfit conceded twice in both goals and red cards, seeing themselves with only 9 men on the field and attempting to hold down the tie. In the end, that only motivated the Nafciarze to play with more intensity and urgency. In the final minute of the match, Wisla’s constant pushing forward earned themselves a penalty kick, which saw captain Dominik Furman cooly score the winning goal just seconds from the final whistle.

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Jagiellonia Białystok – Górnik Zabrze 2:2 (1:1)
Goals: Guilherme 23′ (Pk), Novikovas 57′ – Żurkowski 25′, Angulo 89′

Yellow carded: Poletanović, Arsenić, Runje – Sekulić
Referee: Jarosław Przybył (Kluczbork) Attendance: 7162

Jagiellonia: 29. Grzegorz Sandomierski – 15. Zoran Arsenić, 17. Ivan Runje, 5. Nemanja Mitrović, 19. Böðvar Böðvarsson – 9. Arvydas Novikovas, 20. Marko Poletanović (90, 99. Bartosz Kwiecień), 6. Taras Romanczuk, 11. Jesús Imaz (70, 26. Martin Pospíšil), 12. Guilherme (85, 7. Jakub Wójcicki) – 10. Stefan Šćepović

Górnik: 84. Martin Chudý – 3. Boris Sekulić, 2. Przemysław Wiśniewski, 5. Paweł Bochniewicz, 27. Adrian Gryszkiewicz – 77. Giánnis Mystakídis (61, 17. Igor Angulo), 7. Szymon Żurkowski, 23. Mateusz Matras, 8. Walerian Gwilia (72, 4. Adam Örn Arnarson), 20. Ishmael Baidoo (66, 9. Jesús Jiménez) – 10. Łukasz Wolsztyński
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Lech Poznań – Arka Gdynia 1:0 (1:0)
Goal: Gytkjær 39′

Yellow carded: De Marco, Jevtić
Referee: Paweł Gil (Lublin) Attendance: 18 587

Lech: 1. Jasmin Burić – 2. Robert Gumny, 4. Thomas Rogne, 13. Nikola Vujadinović, 77. Piotr Tomasik – 29. Kamil Jóźwiak (90, 34. Tymoteusz Klupś), 3. Vernon De Marco, 7. Maciej Gajos, 10. Darko Jevtić (72, 6. Łukasz Trałka), 17. Maciej Makuszewski – 32. Christian Gytkjær (78, 11. Timur Żamaletdinow)

Arka: 1. Pāvels Šteinbors – 33. Damian Zbozień, 3. Christian Maghoma, 26. Adam Danch, 21. Michael Olczyk – 10. Luka Zarandia (76, 11. Rafał Siemaszko), 16. Adam Deja, 18. Marko Vejinović (83, 20. Goran Cvijanović), 22. Michał Janota, 9. Nabil Aankour (62, 27. Maksymilian Banaszewski) – 7. Maciej Jankowski
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Legia Warsaw – Miedź Legnica 2:0 (1:0)
Goals: Carlitos 22′, Medeiros 62′

Referee: Mariusz Złotek (Stalowa Wola) Attendance: 14 465

Legia: 30. Radosław Majecki – 20. Marko Vešović, 4. Mateusz Wieteska, 55. Artur Jędrzejczyk, 16. Luís Rocha – 45. Iuri Medeiros (71, 18. Michał Kucharczyk), 26. Cafú, 24. André Martins (78, 7. Domagoj Antolić), 53. Sebastian Szymański (52, 22. Kasper Hämäläinen), 21. Dominik Nagy – 27. Carlitos

Miedź: 1. Łukasz Sapela – 23. Paweł Zieliński, 2. Aleksandar Miljković, 26. Božo Musa, 19. Grzegorz Bartczak, 11. Juan Cámara – 20. Mateusz Szczepaniak, 22. Borja Fernández, 14. Omar Santana (74, 9. Fabian Piasecki), 33. Joan Román (46, 21. Henrik Ojamaa) – 10. Petteri Forsell (83, 7. Łukasz Garguła)
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Piast Gliwice – Śląsk Wrocław 2:0 (1:0)
Goals: Parzyszek 4′, Valencia 55′

Yellow carded: Dziczek
Referee: Krzysztof Jakubik (Siedlce) Attendance: 4528

Piast: 26. František Plach – 5. Marcin Pietrowski (84, 19. Mateusz Mak), 4. Jakub Czerwiński, 25. Aleksandar Sedlar, 2. Mikkel Kirkeskov – 20. Martin Konczkowski, 6. Tom Hateley, 10. Patryk Dziczek, 17. Joel Valencia (89, 27. Michal Papadopulos), 11. Jorge Félix – 9. Piotr Parzyszek (75, 3. Tomasz Jodłowiec)

Śląsk: 27. Jakub Słowik – 3. Piotr Celeban, 32. Igors Tarasovs, 14. Wojciech Golla, 11. Mateusz Cholewiak – 18. Lubambo Musonda (75, 10. Farshad Ahmadzadeh), 19. Krzysztof Mączyński, 21. Jakub Łabojko (53, 6. Michał Chrapek), 23. Mateusz Radecki, 16. Róbert Pich (56, 25. Damian Gąska) – 9. Marcin Robak
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Wisła Kraków – Pogoń Szczecin 2:3 (0:2)
Goals: Basha 86′, 89′ – Majewski 22′, Drygas 32′ (Pk), Guarrotxena 49′

Yellow carded: Burliga, Wasilewski, Sadlok – Fojut
Referee: Szymon Marciniak (Płock) Attendance: 17 775

Wisła: 1. Mateusz Lis – 29. Matej Palčič (59, 8. Łukasz Burliga), 27. Marcin Wasilewski, 4. Maciej Sadlok, 2. Rafał Pietrzak – 16. Jakub Błaszczykowski, 80. Patryk Plewka (60, 28. Vukan Savićević), 10. Vullnet Basha, 26. Kamil Wojtkowski, 7. Sławomir Peszko – 24. Marko Kolar (60, 11. Krzysztof Drzazga)

Pogoń: 1. Łukasz Załuska – 2. Jakub Bartkowski, 40. Sebastian Walukiewicz, 33. Mariusz Malec, 77. Ricardo Nunes – 34. Iker Guarrotxena (84, 7. Spas Delew), 28. Tomás Podstawski (90, 23. Jarosław Fojut), 17. Zvonimir Kožulj (87, 16. Santeri Hostikka), 14. Kamil Drygas, 10. Radosław Majewski – 18. Adam Buksa
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Wisła Płock – Cracovia 3:2 (1:0)
Goals: Kuświk 23′, Borysiuk 49′, Furman 90′ (Pk) – Cabrera 60′ (Pk), Piszczek 71′

Yellow carded: Zawada, Dähne – Sipľak, Dytiatjew, Datković
Red carded: Adam Dźwigała (57), Cezary Stefańczyk (87)
Referee: Bartosz Frankowski (Toruń) Attendance: 2013

Wisła: 30. Thomas Dähne – 20. Cezary Stefańczyk, 5. Bartłomiej Sielewski, 14. Adam Dźwigała, 24. Ángel García – 50. Justinas Marazas (80, 96. Jakub Łukowski), 8. Dominik Furman, 4. Ariel Borysiuk, 6. Damian Rasak, 7. Nico Varela (70, 27. Alen Stevanović) – 11. Grzegorz Kuświk (63, 16. Oskar Zawada)

Cracovia: 40. Michal Peškovič – 2. Cornel Râpă, 39. Michał Helik, 34. Ołeksij Dytiatjew, 3. Michal Sipľak – 4. Sergiu Hanca (62, 29. Bojan Čečarić), 14. Damian Dąbrowski, 5. Janusz Gol, 8. Milan Dimun (46, 26. Filip Piszczek), 11. Mateusz Wdowiak (88, 20. Niko Datković) – 24. Airam Cabrera
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Zagłębie Sosnowiec – Korona Kielce 4:1 (1:1)
Goals: Nowak 19′, Udovičić 53′, Mýgas 56′, Mráz 90′ – Soriano 35′ (Pk)

Yellow carded: Polczak – Márquez, Bjelica
Red carded: Iván Márquez (83)
Referee: Tomasz Kwiatkowski (Warsaw) Attendance: 2568

Zagłębie: 31. Lukáš Hroššo – 11. Giórgos Mýgas (90, 17. Michael Heinloth), 25. Piotr Polczak, 5. Martin Tóth (46, 16. Mateusz Cichocki), 2. Patrik Mráz – 7. Tomasz Nawotka (89, 99. Giorgi Iwaniszwili), 34. Lukáš Greššák, 21. Sebastian Milewski, 8. Szymon Pawłowski, 22. Žarko Udovičić – 88. Olaf Nowak

Korona: 1. Michał Miśkiewicz – 26. Bartosz Rymaniak, 33. Iván Márquez, 5. Adnan Kovačević, 8. Aleksandar Bjelica – 27. Matej Pučko (57, 7. Marcin Cebula), 13. Oliver Petrak (57, 14. Jakub Żubrowski), 6. Ognjen Gnjatić, 10. Ivan Jukić – 89. Elia Soriano, 24. Wato Arweladze (46, 91. Felicio Brown Forbes)
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Zagłębie Lubin – Lechia Gdańsk 2:1 (1:1)
Goals: Starzyński 28′ (Pk), Bohar 82′ – Kubicki 41′

Yellow carded: Balić, Starzyński, Bohar, Poręba – Fila, Mladenović
Referee: Daniel Stefański (Bydgoszcz) Attendance: 4053

Zagłębie: 30. Dominik Hładun – 2. Bartosz Kopacz, 33. Ľubomír Guldan, 55. Damian Oko (72, 5. Maciej Dąbrowski), 3. Saša Balić – 11. Bartłomiej Pawłowski (86, 13. Dawid Pakulski), 18. Filip Starzyński, 99. Bartosz Slisz, 19. Filip Jagiełło (18, 8. Łukasz Poręba), 39. Damjan Bohar – 89. Patryk Tuszyński

Lechia: 12. Dušan Kuciak – 19. Karol Fila, 25. Michał Nalepa, 26. Błażej Augustyn, 22. Filip Mladenović – 8. Michał Mak (46, 17. Lukáš Haraslín), 6. Jarosław Kubicki, 35. Daniel Łukasik (85, 11. Konrad Michalak), 36. Tomasz Makowski, 28. Flávio Paixão – 90. Artur Sobiech (71, 18. Jakub Arak)

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