Lechia Gdansk Lift 2019 Superpuchar After Piast Trashing

Lechia Gdansk beat Piast in relatively comfortable fashion for the 2019 Superpuchar / lechia.pl
Lechia Gdansk Lift 2019 Superpuchar After Piast Trashing

GLIWICE, Poland. July 13 (PSN) – On Saturday the 2019 Superpuchar match of Poland ended with the victory by the club from the Tri-City.

Final score: Piast Gliwice – Lechia Gdansk 1:3

Lechia Gdansk proved to be much better than Piast Gliwice and beat the Silesian team with the difference of two goals.

The first goal was scored already only several minutes after the opening whistle, with Lukas Haraslin wasting no time to put his name on the goal scorers list. The Slovakian international converted a perfect left cross in the second minute to give Lechia the head start.

In the 21st minute it was already zero to two. This time the goal was scored by Jaroslaw Kubicki, who showed off with a fantastic shot from within the penalty area. The ball was fired to the bottom left corner of the goal and flew right past the hand of Piast’s goalkeeper.

After the half, Gliwice was deprived of any hope in winning the Polish Superpuchar. In the 47th minute it was already zero to three, and again Haraslin appeared on the list of scorers. The Slovak took advantage of a disastrous mistake in the defensive formation of Piast and found himself with a 1-on-1 with the goalkeeper. He ended up putting the ball in the back of the net without any problems.

Patryk Sokolowski did end up responding for Piast with a goal in the 68th minute, but by then the damage was already done. Lechia ended up winning the 2019 Superpuchar in relatively comfortable fashion, while Piast will have to prepare for their second leg against BATE Borisov in the first round of UEFA Champions League qualification on Wednesday.


Piast Gliwice – Lechia Gdańsk 1:3 (0:2)
Goals: Sokołowski 68′ – Haraslín 2′, 47′, Kubicki 21′

Yellow carded: Valencia – Augustyn, Udovičić, Fila, Kubicki
Referee: Paweł Raczkowski (Warsaw) Attendance: 6791

Piast: 1. Jakub Szmatuła – 22. Tomasz Mokwa, 4. Jakub Czerwiński, 23. Tomáš Huk, 2. Mikkel Kirkeskov – 21. Gerard Badía, 6. Tom Hateley (62, 18. Patryk Sokołowski), 19. Sebastian Milewski (90, 88. Uroš Korun), 11. Jorge Félix (83, 20. Martin Konczkowski), 14. Jakub Holúbek (46, 17. Joel Valencia) – 9. Piotr Parzyszek (62, 90. Dani Aquino)

Lechia: 12. Dušan Kuciak – 19. Karol Fila, 23. Mario Maloča, 26. Błażej Augustyn, 22. Filip Mladenović (88, 25. Michał Nalepa) – 17. Lukáš Haraslín (66, 21. Sławomir Peszko), 7. Maciej Gajos (73, 36. Tomasz Makowski), 35. Daniel Łukasik, 6. Jarosław Kubicki, 31. Žarko Udovičić (90, 10. Egy Maulana Vikri) – 28. Flávio Paixão (59, 90. Artur Sobiech)

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