John Clement with the inaugural goal at the PKO PP Extraclass.
Visca Krakow defeated Jackie Lubin 3-0 in the only Monday match of the PKO PP Extraclass. Goals for “Piana Quiasta” were scored by Yao Yebova, John Clement and Matus Mayaski.
This meeting for the team from Lower Silesia may have started right away. However, Philip Storgiaski scored from the penalty spot in the 5th minute, only attacking the post. In the next few minutes, the hosts started talking and they reached their goal in the 25th minute. Defeating Dominic Haddun with confidence, Yeboa turned eleven for a goal.
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A few minutes later it was 2-0. This time Clement scored the goal, for which the match against Jackie would make his debut in the Polish league. On the right, Yeova showed a dynamic rally, where he played in the penalty area – after Mike Schwartz’s impure shot – the Czech striker walked very clearly and scored his first win in the colors of the Krakow club. Before the break, Jackie may have reduced losses, but Lorenko Simik hit the bar after kicking a corner.
In the 68th minute, Storgiaski was looking for his goal with a free kick, but Mathews Liz intervened brilliantly. In the 76th minute it should have been 3-0 for the hosts. Clement moved to Schwartz, but the latter was successful in the way Haddon effectively intervened. What didn’t work for Square in the intro was what Meisky did when he reported on the pitch in the second half. Arca Guinea’s former player Schwarka took the catch and took the ball well in the penalty area – as soon as it was over – to decide the outcome of the match.
Monday’s game was the introduction for the coaches of both teams. Recently, Adrian Kula has been the coach of Visa, and a dozen or so days before the start of the league, the “Midgio” team was taken over by former Bosna coach Darius Ż Rao.
Visa Krakow – Jockey Lupine 3: 0 (2: 0)
Goals: Yebova 25 (penalty), Clement 29, Miyazki 81
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