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LOTTO Ekstraklasa Round 27: Wisla Krakow Knockout Legia!

Legia Warsaw were dismantled by a well organized and hungry Wisla side on Sunday / Legia.com
LOTTO Ekstraklasa Round 27: Wisla Krakow Knockout Legia!

KRAKOW, Poland. April 1 (PSN) – Wisla Krakow effectively knocked out Legia in the twenty-seventh round of the 2018/2019 LOTTO Ekstraklasa season.

Wisla impressed their fans and defeated rivals and defending champion Legia Warsaw 4:0 (2:0) at home in style. The Legion had little going for them in the offensive front, often finding it difficult the move the ball into Wisla’s half. The Krakow outfit on the other hand were consistently applying heavy pressure throughout the match and gave Legia little time and space to produce anything on the counter. Goals for White Star were scored by Slawomir Peszko, Jakub Blaszczykowski from the penalty spot, Rafal Pietrzak and Marko Kolar. This important victory allowed the hosts to jump into a spot in the championship playoff group, where they sit in 7th place with 41 points. Legia continue to stay in 2nd place, but this loss now sees them farther away from leaders Lechia Gdansk.

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Arka Gdynia – Śląsk Wrocław 0:2 (0:0)
Goals: Łabojko 60′, Tarasovs 88′

Yellow carded: Mączyński, Pich
Referee: Zbigniew Dobrynin (Łódź) Attendance: 9021

Arka: 1. Pāvels Šteinbors – 21. Michael Olczyk (67, 33. Damian Zbozień), 3. Christian Maghoma, 23. Luka Marić, 17. Adam Marciniak – 22. Michał Janota, 18. Marko Vejinović, 16. Adam Deja (67, 11. Rafał Siemaszko), 14. Michał Nalepa, 7. Maciej Jankowski (89, 37. Mateusz Stępień) – 92. Aleksandyr Kolew

Śląsk: 27. Jakub Słowik – 3. Piotr Celeban, 14. Wojciech Golla, 4. Đorđe Čotra, 20. Mateusz Hołownia – 25. Damian Gąska (78, 18. Lubambo Musonda), 21. Jakub Łabojko, 19. Krzysztof Mączyński, 6. Michał Chrapek (87, 32. Igors Tarasovs), 16. Róbert Pich – 9. Marcin Robak (90, 29. Arkadiusz Piech)
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Górnik Zabrze – Cracovia 0:1 (0:1)
Goals: Cabrera 19′

Yellow carded: Sekulić, Matuszek, Żurkowski, Gwilia – Sipľak, Hanca, Diego Ferraresso, Gol
Referee: Wojciech Myć (Lublin) Attendance: 13 431

Górnik: 84. Martin Chudý – 4. Adam Örn Arnarson, 2. Przemysław Wiśniewski, 15. Dani Suárez (46, 5. Paweł Bochniewicz), 3. Boris Sekulić – 77. Giánnis Mystakídis (62, 20. Ishmael Baidoo), 8. Walerian Gwilia, 22. Szymon Matuszek (75, 10. Łukasz Wolsztyński), 7. Szymon Żurkowski, 9. Jesús Jiménez – 17. Igor Angulo

Cracovia: 40. Michal Peškovič – 87. Diego Ferraresso, 39. Michał Helik, 34. Ołeksij Dytiatjew, 3. Michal Sipľak – 19. Javi Hernández (75, 14. Damian Dąbrowski), 8. Milan Dimun, 5. Janusz Gol, 24. Airam Cabrera (90, 77. Sebastian Strózik), 4. Sergiu Hanca – 26. Filip Piszczek (63, 2. Cornel Râpă)
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Korona Kielce – Lech Poznań 0:0

Yellow carded: Arweladze – Gajos, Janicki, Trałka
Referee: Piotr Lasyk (Bytom) Attendance: 8166

Korona: 25. Matthias Hamrol – 26. Bartosz Rymaniak, 33. Iván Márquez, 5. Adnan Kovačević, 11. Michael Gardawski – 21. Łukasz Kosakiewicz, 14. Jakub Żubrowski, 13. Oliver Petrak, 27. Matej Pučko (86, 10. Ivan Jukić) – 91. Felicio Brown Forbes (69, 89. Elia Soriano), 24. Wato Arweladze

Lech: 1. Jasmin Burić – 2. Robert Gumny, 26. Rafał Janicki, 13. Nikola Vujadinović, 77. Piotr Tomasik – 17. Maciej Makuszewski (83, 22. Wołodymyr Kostewycz), 25. Pedro Tiba (67, 10. Darko Jevtić), 6. Łukasz Trałka, 7. Maciej Gajos, 18. Mihai Răduț (68, 29. Kamil Jóźwiak) – 32. Christian Gytkjær
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Lechia Gdańsk – Piast Gliwice 2:0 (2:0)
Goals: Augustyn 6′, Nalepa 33′

Referee: Paweł Raczkowski (Warsaw) Attendance: 15 073

Lechia: 12. Dušan Kuciak – 3. João Nunes, 25. Michał Nalepa, 26. Błażej Augustyn, 22. Filip Mladenović – 8. Michał Mak (59, 90. Artur Sobiech), 6. Jarosław Kubicki, 35. Daniel Łukasik, 36. Tomasz Makowski, 17. Lukáš Haraslín (67, 19. Karol Fila) – 28. Flávio Paixão (90, 18. Jakub Arak)

Piast: 26. František Plach – 5. Marcin Pietrowski (71, 19. Mateusz Mak), 4. Jakub Czerwiński, 88. Uroš Korun, 2. Mikkel Kirkeskov – 20. Martin Konczkowski, 6. Tom Hateley, 10. Patryk Dziczek, 3. Tomasz Jodłowiec (82, 21. Gerard Badía), 11. Jorge Félix – 9. Piotr Parzyszek (74, 27. Michal Papadopulos)
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Miedź Legnica – Zagłębie Sosnowiec 0:2 (0:1)
Goals: Gabedawa 17′, Możdżeń 55′

Yellow carded: Bartczak – Tóth, Mýgas
Referee: Tomasz Musiał (Kraków) Attendance: 4577

Miedź: 33. Anton Kanibołoćkyj – 23. Paweł Zieliński (77, 21. Henrik Ojamaa), 24. Tomislav Božić, 26. Božo Musa (85, 3. Mateusz Żyro), 19. Grzegorz Bartczak, 11. Juan Cámara – 22. Borja Fernández (46, 9. Fabian Piasecki), 6. Rafał Augustyniak, 14. Omar Santana – 10. Petteri Forsell, 33. Joan Román

Zagłębie: 31. Lukáš Hroššo – 11. Giórgos Mýgas, 16. Mateusz Cichocki, 5. Martin Tóth, 2. Patrik Mráz – 7. Tomasz Nawotka (85, 17. Michael Heinloth), 21. Sebastian Milewski, 10. Mateusz Możdżeń, 8. Szymon Pawłowski, 22. Žarko Udovičić (90, 99. Giorgi Iwaniszwili) – 9. Giorgi Gabedawa (77, 88. Olaf Nowak)
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Pogoń Szczecin – Jagiellonia Białystok 0:0

Yellow carded: Kožulj, Stec, Drygas – Novikovas, Runje
Referee: Daniel Stefański (Bydgoszcz) Attendance: 4151

Pogoń: 1. Łukasz Załuska – 2. Jakub Bartkowski, 23. Jarosław Fojut, 33. Mariusz Malec, 15. Hubert Matynia – 22. David Stec (70, 19. Michał Żyro), 17. Zvonimir Kožulj (46, 10. Radosław Majewski), 28. Tomás Podstawski, 14. Kamil Drygas, 27. Sebastian Kowalczyk – 18. Adam Buksa (69, 11. Soufian Benyamina)

Jagiellonia: 25. Marián Kelemen (79, 29. Grzegorz Sandomierski) – 7. Jakub Wójcicki, 17. Ivan Runje, 5. Nemanja Mitrović, 12. Guilherme – 9. Arvydas Novikovas, 20. Marko Poletanović, 6. Taras Romanczuk, 11. Jesús Imaz, 77. Martin Košťál – 98. Patryk Klimala (24, 10. Stefan Šćepović; 46, 99. Bartosz Kwiecień)
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Wisła Kraków – Legia Warsaw 4:0 (2:0)
Goals: Peszko 5′, Błaszczykowski 40′ (Pk), Pietrzak 73′, Kolar 82′

Yellow carded: Jędrzejczyk
Referee: Bartosz Frankowski (Toruń) Attendance: 33 000

Wisła: 1. Mateusz Lis – 8. Łukasz Burliga, 27. Marcin Wasilewski, 4. Maciej Sadlok, 2. Rafał Pietrzak – 16. Jakub Błaszczykowski (90, 80. Patryk Plewka), 10. Vullnet Basha, 28. Vukan Savićević, 11. Krzysztof Drzazga (88, 26. Kamil Wojtkowski), 7. Sławomir Peszko (83, 9. Rafał Boguski) – 24. Marko Kolar

Legia: 33. Radosław Cierzniak – 41. Paweł Stolarski (42, 99. Sandro Kulenović), 4. Mateusz Wieteska, 55. Artur Jędrzejczyk, 16. Luís Rocha – 45. Iuri Medeiros (77, 22. Kasper Hämäläinen), 7. Domagoj Antolić, 24. André Martins, 53. Sebastian Szymański, 20. Marko Vešović – 27. Carlitos (77, 18. Michał Kucharczyk)

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