The Krakow Derby may have started in a dream way for Krakow, but just minutes after the start of the game, Mikholaj Bekonsky defended Philippe Bissek’s shot into the center of the penalty area. In the 11th minute Wisla’s goalkeeper faced the challenge again, he saved Kamil Pestka’s strong shot with his feet.
Beaconsky becomes the hero of the hosts
Although the hosts often played the ball and took control of the game, Bassi’s attacking actions were very dangerous. The White Star created the first clear situation just half an hour after the game. The ball went into the penalty area and was caught by John Clement, but Lucas Hroso had no problem saving the Wisla sniper’s shot.
Beaconsky would not quietly add Sunday evening. Wisla goalkeeper Bissek was forced to intervene again in the 33rd minute after a header from close range. Moments later, 19-year-old Rakoshi’s ball bounced off the post, again saving the White Star from conceding a goal.
Yeboa Wisla took the lead
In the first half of the match, Krakw created a series of dangerous actions, but Wisla took the lead in the 52nd minute after the break. Hroso with a strong blow.
Clement was close to increasing the lead in the 61st minute, but the ball he hit from a distance slightly crossed Krakowia’s goal post. Until the end of the match, Pasom was unable to score, and the game ended with Wisla’s victory.
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