– We have our plan, just like we were supposed to go in clashes with Legia, Lech or Rakowo. In the last two we lost, the truth is that the match with Raków was really good on both sides, and the details were decisive. Now we are going for victory and this is what interests us – said Jacek Magiera, the coach of Silesia, before leaving for Krakow.
From the very beginning, on the pitch at monta street, it was obvious who had a line after one first table.
The inhabitants of Wrocław already in the eighth camp. Mateusz Praszelik played a perpendicular ball to Erik Exposito, so he defeated the hosts goalkeeper with ten spectacular lobes.
A moment later, the Spaniard entered the list of shooters again, this time showing off with a strong hit from outside the penalty area.
The Biała Gwiazda players were on the boards, and this was not the end of the offensive performance of Silesia in the first person. After the transfer of half an hour it was already 0: 3, when the cross of Dino Stiglec was turned into a goal by Portuguese Diogo Verdasca.
Calm after the break
In the second 45 minutes, both teams didn’t push the pace. Wisła can not have any arguments in attacks, Yaw Yeobah or Felicio Brown’s trial will not threaten the goal of Michał Szomnik. In the end, after one of the counterattacks in the hosts’ penalty area, Exposito was fouled, who probably used the eleven and completed it with the same hat. In the last action of the match, Marcel Zylla sealed the victory with a goal.
For Krakow, for the highest league defeat at home since May 24, 1989. In this case, they lost 0: 5 … to Śląsk Wrocław.
Thanks to the victory, Jacek Magiera’s players are in the fifth exercise in the table with Le Czek’s victory lost to the leader of Poznań. Wisła, with 14 points, takes a distant, 13th place.
Wisla Krakow – Slask Wroclaw 0: 5 (0: 3)
Goals: 0: 1 Erik Exposito (7th), 0: 2 Erik Exposito (12th), 0: 3 Victor Garcia (27th), 0: 4 Erik Exposito (76th, from the penalty spot), 0: 5 Marcel Zylla ( 91.).
Yellow card – Wisła Kraków: Konrad Gruszkowski, Michał Frydrych, Dawid Szot; Silesia Wrocław: Petr Schwarz.
Judge: Piotr Lasyk (Bytom). Spectators: 13,563.
Source: eurosport.pl, PAP