Stall Milk It can be boldly called one of the finds of the autumn tour of PKO Ekstraklasa. the protected Coach Adam Majowski They did unexpectedly well, but after competition resumed in the new year, they got off to a false start, losing as many as three out of four matches and – like Jagiellonia Bialystok – Note with only one win.
Podlasie also scored two points thanks to a draw with Krakow and Warta Pozna, and in Milik – where it was snowing heavily at the start of the match – they could quickly take the lead, but Martin Pospisil didn’t take advantage of Rafai Strechek’s nightmarish mistake when driving the ball. The host guitarist managed to rehabilitate himself in time.
Stal Milik also had some chances in the first half – and it’s worth noting that Mateusz Matras did not head in from close range in the center of Maciej Dominski from the corner of the field.
After the break, the guests took the lead. After a free kick cross, Miłosz Matysik gave the best performance in the Stal . penalty area He put the ball into the net with his head.
In the 66th minute, Stal – the second-worst PKO Ekstraklasa team in terms of goals scored from the match – also wanted to surprise their opponents after a specific part of the match. However, Christian Gettinger missed a goal with a free shot, although the center of the shot seemed to be the best. The ball was right next to the penalty area. In response, Martin Pospizel exploded from a distance after hitting the ball from the “sixteen” hosts, but he also lacked accuracy.
After a while, the residents of Mielczan boiled again. After Taras Romanczuk played, Filip Piszczek missed the ball, and Przemysław Mystkowski missed the end of the event.
The hosts didn’t give up and rewarded their efforts in the 90th minute when Konrad Wrzesiński – a former Jagiellonian footballer – led to a tiewhich saves steel a valuable point.
Stall Melek – Jagiellonia Bialystok 1-1 (0-0)
Goal: 0-1 Maticek (48.), 1-1 Wrzesiński (90.)
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