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Spectators: 154 (Terracing: 116,
Seating: 35, VIP seats: 3) Zygmunt Jajesniak made the kick off and thus started the match. 3 minutes into the match, KS KOJAK's Jaroslaw Rzentkowski sent off a blazing shot straight on target, a shot that André Håkansson narrowly saved just below the crossbar. Jaroslaw Rzentkowski's shot was meant for the net just under the crossbar, but André Håkansson read the situation well and was quickly in position to make a wonderful save in the 8th minute of play. The attack was good, but when Zygmunt Jajesniak in the 13th minute was about to shoot he didn't kick quite good enough and the ball went high over goal. Mateusz Moryl's late challenge caught a Rewolta Team's player on the shin and left him crawling around in pain. The referee blew his whistle and produced the yellow card. Mateusz Moryl helped the player get up and apologised. After 15 minutes of play, the referee blew the whistle. It was a penalty for KS KOJAK! Artur Lizewski went to the wrong direction when Rafal Hajduk was taking care of the penalty kick which however missed the goal. Juliusz Rydzyk sent away a hard shot on goal in the 25th minute, but the ball went just over the crossbar and out. A very good chance. The attack was good, but when Zygmunt Jajesniak in the 28th minute was about to shoot he didn't kick quite good enough and the ball went high over goal. André Håkansson came out of the goal in the 29th minute to try and stop a shot by KS KOJAK's Jaroslaw Rzentkowski. But to his dismay, Jaroslaw Rzentkowski quickly shot the ball in between his legs and into the goal making it 0-1. 32 minutes into the game, Zygmunt Jajesniak cracked a shot to the right of the goalkeeper, 0-2. André Håkansson was not in position, and could only watch the ball fly in. In the 35th match minute, Rewolta Team was awarded a freekick, the ball was picked up by Wladyslaw Marchlewicz to maneuver through the defense. After some careless play in the Rewolta Team defense, Zygmunt Jajesniak kicked a shot that curved into the net to the right of André Håkansson. The Rewolta Team fans voiced their displeasure as they felt that André Håkansson should have stopped the shot. Alfred Nigbor hit a great freekick 46 minutes into the match.
When the second half was about to start, both teams quickly lined up and Juliusz Rydzyk made a kick off. 59 minutes had been played when some careless play by Rewolta Team's defense caused the ball to cross the line for a corner. Artur Zdrojewski was slow to take the kick. During this time KS KOJAK's players had a chance to rest. A well-hit corner resulted in Leszek Gacek heading the ball towards the goal, but to his dismay he misdirected it and missed the goal completely. The audience thought a goal was coming when Zygmunt Jajesniak got free with André Håkansson in the 63rd minute, but the goalkeeper managed to catch the ball with a huge effort. 64 minutes into the game, Leszek Gacek lined in a short shot 1-4 behind a frustrated André Håkansson. With his leg André Håkansson managed to avoid a goal in the 70thth minute, when KS KOJAK's Zygmunt Jajesniak fired away a shot with a lot of spin towards his right hand side. KS KOJAK's Zygmunt Jajesniak was standing unmarked in front of the goal when he, in the 74th play minute, got the ball and easily drilled it into the goal. With his leg André Håkansson managed to avoid a goal in the 85thth minute, when KS KOJAK's Zygmunt Jajesniak fired away a shot with a lot of spin towards his right hand side. KS KOJAK's Zygmunt Jajesniak was standing unmarked in front of the goal when he, in the 85th play minute, got the ball and easily drilled it into the goal. In the 94th minute the ball was on its way in behind Rewolta Team's goalkeeper André Håkansson, but with the help of a sacrificing defense, he could catch the ball at the crossbar. Zygmunt Jajesniak received a nice pass in the box and took a hard shot in the 98th minute. André Håkansson tensed up and prepared to dive, but the shot went over the goal with him having to interfere. The Rewolta Team fans had already started to leave before the final whistle blew. KS KOJAK were clearly better and deserved to take the win.