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Spectators: 7577 (Terracing: 5683,
Seating: 1743, VIP seats: 151) Kacpury's Tobiasz Chrobak started the match with a crisp pass. The crowd had been anticipating this game for weeks and the excitement in the stadium was easily visible. With a couple of smart ball manuevers Borys Trzemzalski in the 8th managed to get into a good position. With a left leg Boruc Glogowski saved Rewolta Team from getting behind. After 9 minutes, Adam Poteralski mouthed his way into the referee's book. The tension between the Rewolta Team and the Kacpury players grew even worse after the yellow card. A collision led to Rewolta Team getting a freekick after 9 minutes play. Adam Poteralski hit a great ball. In the 14thth minute of the game Tobiasz Chrobak who was perfectly placed tried to make a shot on goal, but Rewolta Team's Boruc Glogowski was lucky and managed to grab hold of the ball. After 16 played minutes Kacpury got a freekick which was hit by Klement Jestrimski. Vincente Polledo received a nice pass in the box and took a hard shot in the 17th minute. Florian Sroka tensed up and prepared to dive, but the shot went over the goal with him having to interfere. Florian Sroka took care of the ball after a well-directed shot from Vincente Polledo, even though the ball almost passed him on his left side. The supporters of Kacpury booed when Rewolta Team was adjudged a doubtful freekick after 22 match minutes in a wonderful position. Adam Poteralski didn't get a good kick on the ball. If Jaroslaw Brodzki had kept his shot down it would have been a goal in the 26th minute. The ball went over the crossbar and out instead. Tobiasz Chrobak's shot was meant for the net just under the crossbar, but Boruc Glogowski read the situation well and was quickly in position to make a wonderful save in the 31st minute of play. After a rather tough play, Kacpury's Lech Kuszczak got a free kick in the 33rd minute. When Tobiasz Chrobak came up free with the goalie in the 36th minute, the Kacpury fans jumped to their feet. But the shot missed the goal by a fraction of an inch, and the fans sat back down disappointed that Tobiasz Chrobak couldn't finish the play. The audience was convinced that Tobiasz Chrobak's extremely hard shot when he got free in front of the goal was going in, but Boruc Glogowski was relentless in the 39th minute of the game. Florian Sroka showed his good apprehension of the play when he made a fantastic save on a shot from Rafal Hajduk, who was totally free with the ball in the 43rd minute. In the 47th minute, Tobiasz Chrobak left the goalkeeper for dead before tapping the ball into the right side of the net. The Kacpury fans were clearly happy with the effort and the scoreboard reflected the new score: 0-1. Even after changing tactics the home team jogged off the field with a 0-1 deficit. They would have to work harder if they wanted to turn things around in the second half.
Both teams looked relatively alert before the second half when the referee blew his whistle to tell Zbyszko Piechna to make the kick off. In the 53rd minute Vincente Polledo shot on, it seemed, an open goal, but Florian Sroka saw the ball coming and threw himself on it before it passed the goal line. Adam Poteralski kicked well hit freekick during the 54th minute of the match. If Jaroslaw Brodzki had kept his shot down it would have been a goal in the 63rd minute. The ball went over the crossbar and out instead. After 66 minutes, Borys Trzemzalski made it 0-2 with a short kick to the right side. Rewolta Team's Boruc Glogowski tried to save the shot but he was too slow in reacting to the shot. Florian Sroka didn't have a chance when a screaming shot from Vincente Polledo went, in the 70th minute, to the upper right corner, 1-2 was the resulting score. Tobiasz Chrobak sent away a hard shot on goal in the 74th minute, but the ball went just over the crossbar and out. A very good chance. Rewolta Team's Boruc Glogowski proved his good apprehension of play when he, in the 79th minute of the match, managed to save Rewolta Team from getting a goal against them. Florian Sroka took care of the ball after a well-directed shot from Vincente Polledo, even though the ball almost passed him on his left side. 88 minutes into the match, Zbyszko Piechna had an open shot that he just couldn't miss and scored to the right of Florian Sroka. Kacpury's manager could be seen yelling to the referee that Zbyszko Piechna was offside, but the referee ignored the protest. 2-2. If Rafal Hajduk had kept his shot down it would have been a goal in the 91st minute. The ball went over the crossbar and out instead.