Legia Warszawa 2-1 Górnik Zabrze
Nearly 18.000 fans who gathered in the stands of Legia’s new stadium could have suffered a heart attack on Sunday, because Warsaw footballers were losing 0-1 until the 88th minute of the match!
We induce you to see three photo-reports from the match prepared by members of our editorial staff:
80 photos taken by Mishka,
66 photos taken by GeoS
and 36 photos taken by Hagi.
After the end of the challenge’s first half which was irrevocably predominated by Legia’s players there was a goalless draw on the scoreboard.
Eight minutes after the break Górnik’s Sikorski managed to defeat Warsaw goalkeeper Machnowskij. What’s surprising is the fact that footballers from the capital of Poland controlled the main course of the game. Unfortunately, the actions they generated were unsuccessful.
Legia’s supporters were losing hope and began to reconcile themselves to Górnik’s win when suddenly Miroslav Radović defeated the goalkeeper from Zabrze Stachowiak. The stands simply exploded. Fans were happy that their team managed to equalise. Their emotions didn’t fully descend and they had to explode for the second time. This time thanks to Bruno Mezenga who scored the second goal for Legia in the 90th minute of the game.
Eventually, the match finished with a 2-1 result to Warsaw team’s advantage.
Legia Warsaw 2-1 (0-0) Górnik Zabrze
0-1 53’ Daniel Sikorski
1-1 88’ Miroslav Radović
2-1 90’ Bruno Mezenga
yellow cards: Borysiuk (Legia) – Kwiek, Bemben, Banaś (Górnik)
referee: Hubert Siejewicz
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