Legia Warsaw 2-2 Wisła Cracow
After a tremendous first half and a terrible second half of the Sunday match Legia’s footballers drew 2-2 with players from Cracow at Łazienkowska. Legia started the game really well – in its second minute Warsaw team’s Miroslav Radović defeated Wisła’s goalkeeper. More than thirty minutes later his first goal for Legia scored Ondrej Duda, who made use of Łukasz Broź’s centre. Moreover, Cracovian team’s player Arkadiusz Głowacki was sent off for an aggressive foul by the referee. After the first forty-five minutes Warsaw team was leading 2-0.
The situation changed after the break. Although Wisła was playing with only ten men on the pitch, the team from Cracow were looking for a solution to defeat Warsaw club’s goalkeeper. And they finally did. In the 66th minute Semir Stilić passed the ball to Wilde Donald Guerrier and the Haitian easily defeated Dušan Kuciak. Eight minutes before full-time Wisła equalised when Stilić struck a free kick.
Eventually, the match finished with a 2-2 result. It’s worth mentioning that the game was played without both clubs’ supporters.
We encourage you to see two photo reports from the match:
- the one prepared by Mishka
- and the other one by Krzysztof Białowąs.
Legia Warsaw 2-2 (2-0) Wisła Cracow
1-0 2’ Miroslav Radović
2-0 36’ Ondrej Duda
2-1 66’ Wilde Donald Guerrier
2-2 82’ Semir Stilić
yellow cards: Junior (Legia) – Burliga, Dudka (Wisła)
red card: Arkadiusz Głowacki (Wisła)
referee: Szymon Marciniak
To check whole match report, please visit this page.