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PKO Ekstraklasa Round 19: 9-man Korona Shut Out Cracovia

Sunday was not Cracovia's night, as they struggled against a 9-man Korona side / cracovia.pl
PKO Ekstraklasa Round 19: 9-man Korona Shut Out Cracovia

KIELCE, Poland. Dec 15 (PSN) – A 9-man Korona Kielce was still capable in defeating Cracovia Krakow in the nineteenth round of the 2019/2020 PKO Ekstraklasa season.

The Kielce club won 1:0 at home with Cracovia on Sunday. A scrappy and card filled game, it saw a total of 11 cards being given – 8 yellow and 3 red cards. Korona were the first to get red carded, when Rodrigo Zalazar saw red in the 40th minute. In that moment it seemed that it things would go relatively easy for the visitors. However, that wasn’t the case as unexpectedly a few minutes later, Korona would go on to score the first goal of the game. Matej Pucko played the ball to Erik Pacinda in the box, and the Slovak international finished with a low shot. Things later got even more complicated, as Jakub Zubrowski picked up another yellow and was sent off the field – seeing Korona with only 9 players left. At that point, Cracovia pressed on the attack much as they could but still found difficulty in getting the ball anywhere near the net. Frustration then took over, with Cracovia seeing their own player get booked with a red right before the whistle, with David Jablonsky having kicked an opposing player on the ground. In the end, this had no effect on the result with Korona celebrating an astonishing win in the end. After the game, Korona now have 18 points and Cracovia have 33.

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Arka Gdynia – Zagłębie Lubin 2:1 (1:1)
Goals: Młyński 12′, Jankowski 75′ – Starzyński 22′ (Pk)

Yellow carded: Deja, Budziński, Maghoma – Tosik, Oko
Red carded: Damian Oko (87)
Referee: Łukasz Szczech (Warsaw) Attendance: 3820

Arka: 1. Pāvels Šteinbors – 33. Damian Zbozień, 3. Christian Maghoma, 23. Luka Marić, 17. Adam Marciniak – 35. Mateusz Młyński, 16. Adam Deja, 27. Marcin Budziński (81, 26. Adam Danch), 14. Michał Nalepa (89, 22. Azer Bušuladžić), 7. Maciej Jankowski – 91. Fabian Serrarens

Zagłębie: 12. Konrad Forenc – 44. Alan Czerwiński, 2. Bartosz Kopacz, 33. Ľubomír Guldan, 55. Damian Oko – 17. Patryk Szysz (84, 9. Rok Sirk), 24. Jakub Tosik (84, 8. Łukasz Poręba), 99. Bartosz Slisz, 18. Filip Starzyński, 39. Damjan Bohar – 21. Bartosz Białek
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Jagiellonia Białystok – Lechia Gdańsk 3:0 (1:0)
Goals: Imaz 44′, 82′ (Pk), Přikryl 90′

Yellow carded: Klimala, Přikryl, Kwiecień – Sobiech, Wolski, Mladenović, Maloča
Referee: Mariusz Złotek (Stalowa Wola) Attendance: 5973

Jagiellonia: 29. Grzegorz Sandomierski – 2. Andrej Kadlec, 99. Bartosz Kwiecień, 15. Zoran Arsenić, 12. Guilherme – 14. Tomáš Přikryl (90, 13. Mile Savković), 26. Martin Pospíšil, 6. Taras Romanczuk, 11. Jesús Imaz, 31. Bartosz Bida (90, 44. Krzysztof Toporkiewicz) – 9. Patryk Klimala (75, 10. Juan Cámara)

Lechia: 1. Zlatan Alomerović – 19. Karol Fila (32, 35. Daniel Łukasik), 25. Michał Nalepa, 23. Mario Maloča, 22. Filip Mladenović – 17. Lukáš Haraslín, 9. Patryk Lipski, 36. Tomasz Makowski, 28. Flávio Paixão, 27. Rafał Wolski (75, 18. Jakub Arak) – 90. Artur Sobiech (61, 21. Sławomir Peszko)
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Korona Kielce – Cracovia 1:0 (1:0)
Goal: Pačinda 43′

Yellow carded: Gardawski, Miletić, Żubrowski, Spychała, Pačinda, Márquez – Rafael Lopes, Van Amersfoort, Rakoczy
Red carded: Rodrigo Zalazar (40), Jakub Żubrowski (75) – David Jablonský (89)
Referee: Wojciech Myć (Lublin) Attendance: 4728

Korona: 88. Marek Kozioł – 22. Mateusz Spychała, 33. Iván Márquez, 5. Adnan Kovačević, 31. Nemanja Miletić – 39. Erik Pačinda (90, 4. Themistoklís Tzimópoulos), 14. Jakub Żubrowski, 6. Ognjen Gnjatić, 17. Rodrigo Zalazar, 11. Michael Gardawski (69, 23. Uroš Đuranović) – 27. Matej Pučko (85, 10. Ivan Jukić)

Cracovia: 40. Michal Peškovič – 2. Cornel Râpă, 39. Michał Helik, 85. David Jablonský, 33. Kamil Pestka (67, 3. Michal Sipľak) – 4. Sergiu Hanca, 6. Sylwester Lusiusz (46, 26. Filip Piszczek), 8. Milan Dimun, 10. Pelle van Amersfoort, 11. Mateusz Wdowiak (61, 25. Michał Rakoczy) – 21. Rafael Lopes
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Legia Warsaw – Wisła Płock 3:1 (2:1)
Goals: Niezgoda 22′, 74′, Kanté 27′ – Furman 35′ (Pk)

Yellow carded: Lewczuk – Dähne, Furman
Referee: Jarosław Przybył (Kluczbork) Attendance: 15 612

Legia: 1. Radosław Majecki – 29. Marko Vešović, 5. Igor Lewczuk, 55. Artur Jędrzejczyk, 14. Michał Karbownik – 22. Paweł Wszołek, 7. Domagoj Antolić (90, 26. Cafú), 24. André Martins, 20. José Kanté (73, 8. Walerian Gwilia), 82. Luquinhas – 11. Jarosław Niezgoda (86, 30. Kacper Kostorz)

Wisła: 30. Thomas Dähne – 20. Cezary Stefańczyk, 2. Damian Michalski, 18. Alan Uryga, 7. Piotr Tomasik – 44. Suad Sahiti (63, 28. Maciej Ambrosiewicz), 6. Damian Rasak, 8. Dominik Furman, 9. Mateusz Szwoch (86, 19. Karol Angielski), 10. Giorgi Merebaszwili – 21. Ricardinho (75, 88. Olaf Nowak)
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Piast Gliwice – ŁKS Łódź 2:1 (0:1)
Goals: Parzyszek 53′, Félix 88′ – Wolski 25′

Yellow carded: Huk, Hateley – Klimczak, Sobociński, Pirulo
Referee: Bartosz Frankowski (Toruń) Attendance: 3892

Piast: 26. František Plach – 5. Marcin Pietrowski, 88. Uroš Korun, 23. Tomáš Huk, 2. Mikkel Kirkeskov – 21. Gerard Badía, 3. Tomasz Jodłowiec (61, 18. Patryk Sokołowski), 6. Tom Hateley, 11. Jorge Félix – 71. Dominik Steczyk (46, 19. Sebastian Milewski), 9. Piotr Parzyszek (79, 89. Patryk Tuszyński)

ŁKS: 1. Arkadiusz Malarz – 21. Jan Grzesik, 29. Maksymilian Rozwandowicz, 2. Jan Sobociński, 3. Adrian Klimczak – 6. Maciej Wolski (77, 18. Piotr Pyrdoł), 28. Łukasz Piątek, 23. Bartłomiej Kalinkowski, 11. Dani Ramírez, 19. Michał Trąbka (63, 22. Łukasz Sekulski) – 20. Pirulo
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Raków Częstochowa – Górnik Zabrze 2:1 (1:1)
Goals: Musiolik 18′, Schwarz 82′ (Pk) – Jiménez 5′

Yellow carded: Schwarz, Jach, Sapała – Kopacz, Wiśniewski, Bauzá, Chudý
Referee: Szymon Marciniak (Płock) Attendance: 2275

Raków: 29. Jakub Szumski – 14. Kamil Kościelny, 2. Tomáš Petrášek, 33. Jarosław Jach – 4. Kamil Piątkowski (66, 22. Michał Skóraś), 10. Igor Sapała, 17. Petr Schwarz, 18. Rusłan Babenko, 30. Miłosz Szczepański (85, 77. Dawid Szymonowicz), 13. Piotr Malinowski (46, 27. Daniel Bartl) – 9. Sebastian Musiolik

Górnik: 84. Martin Chudý – 23. Mateusz Matras, 2. Przemysław Wiśniewski, 5. Paweł Bochniewicz, 64. Erik Janža – 7. David Kopacz (59, 19. Kamil Zapolnik), 22. Szymon Matuszek, 44. Filip Bainović, 10. Łukasz Wolsztyński (69, 18. Juan Bauzá), 9. Jesús Jiménez – 17. Igor Angulo
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Śląsk Wrocław – Lech Poznań 1:1 (1:0)
Goals: Cholewiak 26′ – Jevtić 84′

Yellow carded: Mączyński, Samiec-Talar – Pedro Tiba
Referee: Tomasz Musiał (Kraków)

Śląsk: 1. Matúš Putnocký – 30. Kamil Dankowski, 5. Israel Puerto, 14. Wojciech Golla, 4. Dino Štiglec – 7. Róbert Pich (84, 21. Jakub Łabojko), 29. Krzysztof Mączyński, 23. Diego Živulić, 6. Michał Chrapek (76, 25. Damian Gąska), 8. Przemysław Płacheta (88, 24. Piotr Samiec-Talar) – 11. Mateusz Cholewiak

Lech: 1. Mickey van der Hart – 37. Ľubomír Šatka, 13. Tomasz Dejewski, 4. Thomas Rogne, 22. Wołodymyr Kostewycz – 7. Kamil Jóźwiak, 25. Pedro Tiba (82, 15. Jakub Moder), 6. Karlo Muhar (72, 8. Paweł Tomczyk), 10. Darko Jevtić, 24. João Amaral (74, 27. Tymoteusz Puchacz) – 9. Christian Gytkjær
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Wisła Kraków – Pogoń Szczecin 1:0 (1:0)
Goal: Klemenz 39′

Yellow carded: Buchalik – Tomás Podstawski, Stec, Kožulj
Referee: Zbigniew Dobrynin (Łódź) Attendance: 10 523

Wisła: 22. Michał Buchalik – 8. Łukasz Burliga, 5. Lukas Klemenz, 2. Rafał Janicki, 4. Maciej Sadlok – 16. Jakub Błaszczykowski (89, 17. Jakub Bartosz), 99. Damian Pawłowski, 10. Vullnet Basha (74, 9. Rafał Boguski), 18. Chuca (86, 27. Marcin Wasilewski), 7. Michał Mak – 23. Paweł Brożek

Pogoń: 1. Dante Stipica – 22. David Stec (76, 9. Adam Frączczak), 2. Jakub Bartkowski, 55. Igor Łasicki, 15. Hubert Matynia – 27. Sebastian Kowalczyk, 28. Tomás Podstawski (46, 16. Santeri Hostikka), 17. Zvonimir Kožulj (67, 7. Michális Maniás), 8. Damian Dąbrowski, 10. Srđan Spiridonović – 18. Adam Buksa

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