Sunday, May 22, 2011
Lech shocked in less than three minutes
In a spare of two minutes, Lech Poznan's European dreams came to an end. Lechia Gdansk scored twice in less than three minutes to grab three important points away from Lech in a 2-1 win on Sunday.
Lech Poznan found the back of the net first. Bartosz Slusarski headed home a Jakub Wilk cross in the 35th minute.
The match remained 1-0 until a penalty kick was awarded to Lechia. Abdou Razack Traore converted the penalty kick in the 78th minute, tying the score a 1-1.
Two minutes later, the same Abdou Razack Traore shocked Lech with a strike with handed Lechia the three points.
Lechia: Pawel Kapsa - Deleu, Luka Vucko, Krzysztof Bak, Vytautas Andriuskevicius - Lukasz Surma, Marko Bajic (66. Lewon Hajrapetjan), Marcin Pietrowski (55. Bedi Buval) - Pawel Nowak, Ivans Lukjanovs, Abdou Traore (90+2. Jakub Zejglic).
Lech: Krzysztof Kotorowski - Grzegorz Wojtkowiak, Manuel Arboleda (68. Bartosz Bosacki), Hubert Wolakiewicz, Luis Henriquez - Dimitrije Injac, Ivan Djurdjevic, Rafal Murawski, Semir Stilic, Jakub Wilk (79. Jacek Kielb) - Bartosz Slusarski (69. Artjoms Rudnevs).
Posted by Adam Kutarnia at 11:48 AM