Legia Warsaw 1-2 Śląsk Wrocław
Although Legia was leading 1-0 with Śląsk Wrocław thanks to Ariel Borysiuk’s goal in the first few minutes of the match, the team from Warsaw eventually lost 1-2. The away team hasn’t been able to win in the capital of Poland for the last ten years. This time Wroclavian footballers managed to defeat Warsaw players. At first, Przemysław Kaźmierczak equalised and then, four minutes after the beginning of the second half, former Legia’s supporter Sebastian Mila struck the second goal for his club. We induce you to see three photo reports from the match prepared by members of our editorial staff: Mishka, GeoS and Hagi.
Moreover, Śląsk could have won higher. Jakub Rzeźniczak fouled his opponent in the penalty area in the 70th minute of the match. The referee didn’t have any doubt and he blew for a penalty to the team from Wrocław. Nevertheless, Śląsk’s footballer Przemysław Kaźmierczak, who performed the shot, missed the penalty.
Still, the result didn’t change and this was Śląsk which could be happy with valuable three points.
Legia Warsaw 1-2 (1-1) Śląsk Wrocław
1-0 7’ Ariel Borysiuk
1-1 28’ Przemysław Kaźmierczak
1-2 49’ Sebastian Mila
yellow cards: Manu, Wolski (Legia) – Mila, Kaźmierczak (Śląsk)
referee: Dawid Piasecki
We encourage you to check the whole match report here.