Historic evening in Warsaw

In Football, Gdynia, Sport
Arka Gdynia, Photo: Jakub Woźniak/Tricity NewsArka Gdynia, Photo: Jakub Woźniak/Tricity News

Arka Gdynia SSA won against polish champion Legia Warszawa 3:1! For Arka it was the first ever victory in Warsaw.

Unforgettable game

Yesterday’s match Arka’s fans will not forget any time soon. To be fair Legia’s coach made 10 changes in the squad in comparison to the last match. Clearly Legia chose to focus on the Champions League play-off match on Tuesday.

Arka’s fans could not think of a better way to begin a match – in 6th minute after a little bit of chaos Marcus da Silva scored his 43rd goal for Arka. In 20th minute Marcus passed to Adam Marciniak who scored his first goal for Arka in Ekstraklasa. In the first half the Yellow & Blue’s had some good situations to score but after 45 minutes it was still 2:0 for Arka.

Two goals for Arka were not enough and in the second half Arka’s players were fighting for more. In 58th minute Marciniak scored his second goal of the evening and Arka was leading 3:0. Few minutes later Legia managed to score a goal, but it was all they were able to achieve yesterday night.

Legia fans disappointed

The match ended 3:1 for team from Gdynia and fans from Warsaw were not happy about it and booing as their team left the stadium.

Arka’s players are coming back to Gdynia with 3 points and at least until today evening, they are the leaders of LOTTO Ekstraklasa.

Next game of Arka Gdynia

The next match Arka is playing in Gdynia on Saturday August 27, against Zagłębie Lubin. Tickets are still available.

You may also read!

The awards of the 44th Polish Film Festival in Gdynia [Photos]

It was a week full of emotions. Traditionally, the peak of the 44th Polish Film Festival was the final

The 44th Polish Film Festival in Gdynia, photo: Karolina Ptaszynska/Tricity News

The 44th Polish Film Festival in Gdynia – Day 4 [video]

The fourth day of the festival was the next stage of presentations of movies both in the Main Competition


How to spend time between screenings? – A short guide for Festival guests

As the weather is getting better during the 44th Polish Film Festival, it is more and more tempting to


Leave a reply:

Your email address will not be published.

Mobile Sliding Menu