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LOTTO Ekstraklasa Round 30: Top Eight Finalized After Regular Season End

Despite having lost to Cracovia, Lechia Gdansk still managed to end off the regular season as champions / lechia.pl
LOTTO Ekstraklasa Round 30: Top Eight Finalized After Regular Season End

WARSAW, Poland. April 15 (PSN) – The top eight which will play in the Championship playoff group have been determined after the thirtieth round of the 2018/2019 LOTTO Ekstraklasa season.

Lechia Gdansk, Legia Warsaw, Piast Gliwice, Cracovia Krakow, Zaglebie Lubin, Jagiellonia Bialystok, Pogon Szczecin, and Lech Poznan made it in the top eight to qualify for the Championship playoff group. Meanwhile, Wisla Krakow, Korona Kielce, Miedz Legnica, Gornik Zabrze, Slask Wroclaw, Wisla Plock, Arka Gydnia, and Zaglebie Sosnowiec all found themselves in the Relegation group. As per each year, the regular season ends after 30 matches played. In the playoff phase, the league split into two groups: championship group (top eight teams) and relegation group (bottom eight teams) which will be seven games for each group. The team at the top of the Championship group will win the league title. The two teams at the bottom of the Relegation group will be demoted to I liga for next season. Lechia Gdansk, who still have aspirations of winning the title this year had a poor showing in their final regular season game, falling 4:2 to Cracovia. Legia, on the other hand, go into the post-season playoffs with a rising form, having collected another 3 points in their win over Pogon.

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Arka Gdynia – Miedź Legnica 1:1 (0:0)
Goals: Janota 56′ (Pk) – Román 89′

Yellow carded: Deja, Socha – Osyra, Pikk, Élton Monteiro, Bartczak
Referee: Piotr Lasyk (Bytom) Attendance: 6098

Arka: 1. Pāvels Šteinbors – 33. Damian Zbozień, 3. Christian Maghoma, 6. Frederik Helstrup, 2. Tadeusz Socha – 7. Maciej Jankowski, 18. Marko Vejinović, 16. Adam Deja (87, 26. Adam Danch), 22. Michał Janota, 9. Nabil Aankour (90, 11. Rafał Siemaszko) – 92. Aleksandyr Kolew (61, 10. Luka Zarandia)

Miedź: 32. Anton Kanibołoćkyj – 19. Grzegorz Bartczak, 28. Kornel Osyra, 42. Élton Monteiro – 21. Henrik Ojamaa (67, 9. Fabian Piasecki), 6. Rafał Augustyniak, 22. Borja Fernández, 14. Omar Santana (77, 33. Joan Román), 17. Artur Pikk (87, 27. Patryk Makuch) – 10. Petteri Forsell, 11. Juan Cámara
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Cracovia – Lechia Gdańsk 4:2 (1:1)
Goals: Cabrera 35′ (Pk), 59′, Piszczek 50′, Hernández 70′ – Paixão 17′, Lipski 87′

Yellow carded: Diego Ferraresso – Mak, Fila, Sobiech, Haraslín, Mladenović
Referee: Krzysztof Jakubik (Siedlce) Attendance: 10 765

Cracovia: 40. Michal Peškovič – 87. Diego Ferraresso (74, 2. Cornel Râpă), 39. Michał Helik, 20. Niko Datković, 3. Michal Sipľak – 4. Sergiu Hanca, 8. Milan Dimun, 5. Janusz Gol, 11. Mateusz Wdowiak – 24. Airam Cabrera (90, 97. Daniel Pik), 26. Filip Piszczek (63, 19. Javi Hernández)

Lechia: 12. Dušan Kuciak – 19. Karol Fila, 25. Michał Nalepa, 5. Steven Vitória, 22. Filip Mladenović – 8. Michał Mak (46, 17. Lukáš Haraslín), 35. Daniel Łukasik (58, 36. Tomasz Makowski), 6. Jarosław Kubicki, 9. Patryk Lipski, 28. Flávio Paixão (77, 18. Jakub Arak) – 90. Artur Sobiech
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Lech Poznań – Jagiellonia Białystok 0:2 (0:1)
Goals: Imaz 45′ (Pk), 61′

Yellow carded: Vujadinović
Referee: Bartosz Frankowski (Toruń) Attendance: 10 824

Lech: 30. Matúš Putnocký – 2. Robert Gumny, 4. Thomas Rogne, 13. Nikola Vujadinović, 22. Wołodymyr Kostewycz – 34. Tymoteusz Klupś (65, 24. João Amaral), 6. Łukasz Trałka (71, 7. Maciej Gajos), 25. Pedro Tiba, 10. Darko Jevtić (85, 17. Maciej Makuszewski), 29. Kamil Jóźwiak – 32. Christian Gytkjær

Jagiellonia: 25. Marián Kelemen – 2. Andrej Kadlec, 17. Ivan Runje, 15. Zoran Arsenić, 19. Böðvar Böðvarsson – 7. Jakub Wójcicki, 20. Marko Poletanović, 6. Taras Romanczuk (86, 99. Bartosz Kwiecień), 9. Arvydas Novikovas (10, 26. Martin Pospíšil), 12. Guilherme – 11. Jesús Imaz (86, 77. Martin Košťál)
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Legia Warsaw – Pogoń Szczecin 3:1 (0:1)
Goals: Carlitos 46′, Medeiros 50′, Fojut 73′ (OG) – Buksa 11′

Yellow carded: Wieteska, Vešović, André Martins – Kowalczyk, Fojut, Drygas
Referee: Wojciech Myć (Lublin) Attendance: 22 674

Legia: 33. Radosław Cierzniak – 20. Marko Vešović, 4. Mateusz Wieteska, 55. Artur Jędrzejczyk, 16. Luís Rocha – 45. Iuri Medeiros (81, 32. Miroslav Radović), 7. Domagoj Antolić, 24. André Martins, 22. Kasper Hämäläinen (71, 26. Cafú), 53. Sebastian Szymański – 27. Carlitos (75, 99. Sandro Kulenović)

Pogoń: 1. Łukasz Załuska – 22. David Stec, 23. Jarosław Fojut (76, 7. Spas Delew), 33. Mariusz Malec, 77. Ricardo Nunes – 27. Sebastian Kowalczyk (53, 19. Michał Żyro), 28. Tomás Podstawski, 17. Zvonimir Kožulj, 14. Kamil Drygas, 10. Radosław Majewski (58, 11. Soufian Benyamina) – 18. Adam Buksa
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Piast Gliwice – Korona Kielce 4:0 (2:0)
Goals: Tamm 17′ (OG), Félix 19′, Pietrowski 58′, Tomczyk 90′

Yellow carded: Jodłowiec, Pietrowski – Márquez, Hamrol
Referee: Jarosław Przybył (Kluczbork) Attendance: 4410

Piast: 26. František Plach – 5. Marcin Pietrowski, 4. Jakub Czerwiński, 25. Aleksandar Sedlar, 2. Mikkel Kirkeskov – 20. Martin Konczkowski (76, 33. Tomasz Jodłowiec), 10. Patryk Dziczek, 6. Tom Hateley, 17. Joel Valencia (66, 21. Gerard Badía), 11. Jorge Félix – 9. Piotr Parzyszek (85, 98. Paweł Tomczyk)

Korona: 25. Matthias Hamrol – 3. Joonas Tamm (30, 91. Felicio Brown Forbes), 5. Adnan Kovačević, 33. Iván Márquez, 21. Łukasz Kosakiewicz – 10. Ivan Jukić (76, 19. Ken Kallaste), 13. Oliver Petrak, 6. Ognjen Gnjatić (46, 4. Piotr Malarczyk), 24. Wato Arweladze, 27. Matej Pučko – 89. Elia Soriano
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Śląsk Wrocław – Górnik Zabrze 0:1 (0:0)
Goal: Jiménez 85′

Yellow carded: Mączyński, Ahmadzadeh, Robak, Tarasovs – Arnarson, Suárez
Referee: Tomasz Kwiatkowski (Warsaw) Attendance: 7616

Śląsk: 27. Jakub Słowik – 30. Kamil Dankowski (87, 29. Arkadiusz Piech), 32. Igors Tarasovs, 14. Wojciech Golla, 20. Mateusz Hołownia – 10. Farshad Ahmadzadeh (82, 18. Lubambo Musonda), 19. Krzysztof Mączyński, 6. Michał Chrapek, 25. Damian Gąska, 16. Róbert Pich (70, 11. Mateusz Cholewiak) – 9. Marcin Robak

Górnik: 84. Martin Chudý – 3. Boris Sekulić, 2. Przemysław Wiśniewski, 15. Dani Suárez, 5. Paweł Bochniewicz – 10. Łukasz Wolsztyński (57, 4. Adam Örn Arnarson), 7. Szymon Żurkowski, 23. Mateusz Matras, 8. Walerian Gwilia (86, 22. Szymon Matuszek), 9. Jesús Jiménez – 17. Igor Angulo (90, 19. Kamil Zapolnik)
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Zagłębie Lubin – Wisła Kraków 3:1 (2:0)
Goals: Tuszyński 14′, 77′, Jagiełło 27′ – Błaszczykowski 52′

Yellow carded: Guldan, Mucha – Klemenz, Burliga, Sadlok
Referee: Paweł Raczkowski (Warsaw) Attendance: 6189

Zagłębie: 12. Konrad Forenc – 2. Bartosz Kopacz, 5. Maciej Dąbrowski, 33. Ľubomír Guldan, 3. Saša Balić – 11. Bartłomiej Pawłowski (78, 44. Alan Czerwiński), 24. Jakub Tosik, 19. Filip Jagiełło (50, 13. Dawid Pakulski), 18. Filip Starzyński, 39. Damjan Bohar – 89. Patryk Tuszyński (90, 15. Patryk Mucha)

Wisła: 1. Mateusz Lis – 8. Łukasz Burliga, 5. Lukas Klemenz (21, 29. Matej Palčič), 4. Maciej Sadlok (82, 9. Rafał Boguski), 2. Rafał Pietrzak – 16. Jakub Błaszczykowski, 28. Vukan Savićević, 10. Vullnet Basha, 11. Krzysztof Drzazga, 7. Sławomir Peszko (74, 23. Paweł Brożek) – 24. Marko Kolar
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Zagłębie Sosnowiec – Wisła Płock 1:3 (1:2)
Goals: Nowak 4′ – Łasicki 8′, Zawada 36′, Kuświk 82′

Yellow carded: Greššák, Możdżeń, Mráz – Furman, Varela, Łasicki, Szwoch
Referee: Daniel Stefański (Bydgoszcz) Attendance: 3004

Zagłębie: 31. Lukáš Hroššo – 11. Giórgos Mýgas, 16. Mateusz Cichocki, 2. Patrik Mráz – 7. Tomasz Nawotka (71, 14. Dawid Ryndak), 17. Michael Heinloth (71, 9. Giorgi Gabedawa), 10. Mateusz Możdżeń, 6. Tomasz Nowak (59, 34. Lukáš Greššák), 22. Žarko Udovičić – 88. Olaf Nowak, 27. Vamara Sanogo

Wisła: 30. Thomas Dähne – 3. Jake McGing, 18. Alan Uryga, 26. Igor Łasicki, 24. Ángel García – 7. Nico Varela (53, 9. Mateusz Szwoch), 4. Ariel Borysiuk, 8. Dominik Furman, 6. Damian Rasak, 21. Ricardinho (75, 10. Giorgi Merebaszwili) – 16. Oskar Zawada (60, 11. Grzegorz Kuświk)

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