Lech Poznań under Maciej Skorża had a rather wrong start, but after the fiasco of Podbeskidzie Bielsko-Biała and Stal Mielec, Poland’s runner-up won in Krakow in the form of a disaster in Vistula.
In the 12th minute, Mikael Ishak opened the result of the game after a corner kick. Due to an injury, he had to leave the game a few minutes later. After an hour of competition, Lech’s advantage led to Pedro Tiba’s success. The Portuguese midfielder started the game on the bench and a head shot ended Jesper Kallstroem’s spectacular cross.
Wisła has not won any game in the past seven league games and can only afford one goal. In the 78th minute, Jakub Błaszczykowski scored a goal with an excellent free kick. After the blow, the reaction of the former Polish representative was very convincing. He ran to Kazimierz Kmiecik. According to various reports, he, like Błaszczykowski, went uphill under the leadership of coach Peter Hybala.
Wisła Kraków lost to Lech Poznań 1:2 and is currently ranked 14th in the league. This failure is likely to be a nail in the coffin of Peter Hyballa, who will be released from the Krakow club at the end of the season. Lech moved up to 9th place.
In another Saturday game, Lechia Gdańsk and Cracovia were 1-1. For a long time, the leading guests and well-made corner kicks from the 25th minute were close to victory, after which Cornel Rapa put the ball into the net. In the second half of the year, Lichen answered. In the 69th minute, Maciej Gajos’ cross replaced the reliable Flavio Paixao with a beautiful header.
Cracovia will not complain about the draw, but for Lechia, these may be valuable points lost in the fight for fourth place, thus having the opportunity to participate in the European Cup. Piotr Stokowiec’s team failed to overtake Piast Gliwice and must keep their hands crossed so that Gliwice’s team cannot be Częstochowa wins and they will face Raków.